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discordant

adjective uk   /dɪˈskɔː.dənt/ us    /-ˈskɔːr-/
producing an unpleasant soundstrike a discordant note formal to look or sound different or wrong compared with everything else: The contemporary dialogue struck a slightly discordant note.
Translations of “discordant”
in Chinese (Traditional) (聲音)刺耳的, 不和諧的…
in Chinese (Simplified) (声音)刺耳的, 不和谐的…
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