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Concord1

Saltos de línea: Con|cord
Pronunciación: /ˈkɒŋkɔːd
 
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  • 1The state capital of New Hampshire; population 42,255 (est. 2008).
  • 2A town in NE Massachusetts; population 17,450 (est. 2008). Battles there and at Lexington in April 1775 marked the start of the War of American Independence.

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Palabra del día maelstrom
Pronunciación: ˈmeɪlstrəm
noun
a powerful whirlpool in the sea

Hay 3 definiciones de Concord en inglés:

Concord2

Saltos de línea: Con|cord
Pronunciación: /ˈkɒŋkɔːd
 
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[mass noun]
  • A variety of dessert grape developed at Concord, Massachusetts.
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    • Labruscana grapes, especially Concord, are also grown commercially, and some Muscadines are also produced.
    • However, Concord is definitely much more labrusca-like in its characteristics than vinifera-like.
    • Place three scoops of concord grape sorbet in the center of the dish.

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concord

Saltos de línea: con|cord
Pronunciación: /ˈkɒŋkɔːd
 
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sustantivo

[mass noun]
  • 2 Grammar Agreement between words in gender, number, case, person, or any other grammatical category which affects the forms of the words.
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    • Notional concord stands in contrast to grammatical concord and means agreement by meaning rather than grammar, where the two are in conflict.
    • It was a point of grammatical concord which was at the bottom of the Civil War - ‘United States are,’ said one, ‘United States is,’ said another.
    • Verbal affixes can further be divided into two subgroups: those that are part of verb concord, and those that are not.
  • 3 [count noun] Music A chord that is pleasing or satisfactory in itself.
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    • On the words ‘No sense was stung’ the minim triads again banish the clumping quavers, though this time the triads are no simple concords, but a dominant seventh of E major followed by an F triad that is simultaneously major and minor.
    • The programme also assumes that there is something prior to music, some experience ruling it: music's discords are as if distress, concords as if relief.
    • A method of tuning in which some concords are made slightly impure so that few or none will be unpleasantly out of tune.

Origen

Middle English: from Old French concorde, from Latin concordia, from concors 'of one mind', from con- 'together' + cor, cord- 'heart'.

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