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tone Inglés Estadounidense

A musical or vocal sound with reference to its pitch, quality, and strength

Tone, Wolfe Inglés Estadounidense

(1763–98), Irish nationalist; full name Theobald Wolfe Tone. In 1794 he induced a French invasion of Ireland to overthrow English rule, which failed. Tone was captured by the British during the Irish insurrection in 1798 and committed suicide in prison

side tone Inglés Estadounidense

Feedback in a telephone receiver, in particular the reproduction of the user’s own voice

dial tone Inglés Estadounidense

A sound that a telephone produces indicating that a caller may start to dial

tone arm Inglés Estadounidense

The movable arm supporting the pickup of a record player

tone-deaf Inglés Estadounidense

(Of a person) unable to perceive differences of musical pitch accurately

tone poem Inglés Estadounidense

A piece of orchestral music, typically in one movement, on a descriptive or rhapsodic theme

tone row Inglés Estadounidense

A particular sequence of the twelve notes of the chromatic scale used as a basis for twelve-tone (serial) music

two-tone Inglés Estadounidense

Having two different shades or colors

tone-on-tone Inglés Estadounidense

(Of a fabric or design) dyed with or using different shades of the same color

earth tone Inglés Estadounidense

A rich warm color with a brownish hue

tone color Inglés Estadounidense

Another term for timbre.

tone group Inglés Estadounidense

A group of words forming a distinctive unit in an utterance, containing a nucleus and optionally one or more other syllables before and after the nucleus

touch-tone Inglés Estadounidense

(Of a telephone) having push buttons and generating tones to dial rather than pulses

twelve-tone Inglés Estadounidense

Denoting a system of musical composition using the twelve chromatic notes of the octave on an equal basis without dependence on a key system. Developed by Arnold Schoenberg, the technique is central to serialism and involves the transposition and inversion of a fixed sequence of pitches

quarter-tone Inglés Estadounidense

Half a semitone

ringing tone Inglés Estadounidense

A sound heard by a telephone caller when the number dialled is being rung

engaged tone Inglés Estadounidense

A sound indicating that a telephone line is engaged

stutter tone Inglés Estadounidense

A dial tone interrupted by several short gaps, indicating the arrival of new voicemail messages to the user

tone cluster Inglés Estadounidense

Another term for note cluster.

tone dialing Inglés Estadounidense

A method of telephone dialing in which each digit is transmitted as a different tone

tone language Inglés Estadounidense

A language in which variations in pitch distinguish different words

leading tone Inglés Estadounidense

Another term for subtonic.

fundamental tone Inglés Estadounidense

The tone that represents the fundamental frequency of a vibrating object such as a string or bell

whole-tone scale Inglés Estadounidense

A scale consisting entirely of intervals of a tone, with no semitones

tone something down Inglés Estadounidense

Make something less harsh in sound or color

tone something down in tone Inglés Estadounidense

Make something less harsh in sound or color

tone up in tone Inglés Estadounidense

(Of a muscle or bodily part) became stronger or firmer

tone with in tone Inglés Estadounidense

Harmonize with (something) in terms of color

duotone Inglés Estadounidense

A halftone illustration made from a single original with two different colors at different screen angles

halftone Inglés Estadounidense

A reproduction of a photograph or other image in which the various tones of gray or color are produced by variously sized dots of ink

semitone Inglés Estadounidense

The smallest interval used in classical Western music, equal to a twelfth of an octave or half a tone; a half step

ringtone Inglés Estadounidense

A sound made by a mobile phone when an incoming call is received

pedal note Inglés Estadounidense

The lowest or fundamental note of a harmonic series in some brass and wind instruments

passing note Inglés Estadounidense

A note not belonging to the harmony but interposed to secure a smooth transition from one chord to another

passing tone in passing note Inglés Estadounidense

A note not belonging to the harmony but interposed to secure a smooth transition from one chord to another

whole tone in tone Inglés Estadounidense

A basic interval in classical Western music, equal to two semitones and separating, for example, the first and second notes of an ordinary scale (such as C and D, or E and F sharp); a major second or whole step

muscle tone in tone Inglés Estadounidense

The normal level of firmness or slight contraction in a resting muscle

Touch-Tone in touch-tone Inglés Estadounidense

(Of a telephone) having push buttons and generating tones to dial rather than pulses

Theobald Wolfe Tone in Tone, Wolfe Inglés Estadounidense

(1763–98), Irish nationalist; full name Theobald Wolfe Tone. In 1794 he induced a French invasion of Ireland to overthrow English rule, which failed. Tone was captured by the British during the Irish insurrection in 1798 and committed suicide in prison

tone Tesauro EE.UU.

the tone of the tuba

tone Inglés-Español

tono masculine

tone up Inglés-Español

tonificar*, dar* tono a

two-tone Inglés-Español

de dos tonos

tone arm Inglés-Español

brazo masculinede un tocadiscos

tone-deaf Inglés-Español

to be tone-deaf


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