Definición de harmonious en inglés:

harmonious

Saltos de línea: har|mo¦ni|ous
Pronunciación: /hɑːˈməʊnɪəs
 
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adjetivo

1Tuneful; not discordant: harmonious music
Más ejemplos en oraciones
  • And they showed him where they belong to with their music that was a harmonious mix of Bhojpuri, African, Latino and even Bollywoodi!
  • After a day of hard work, you can sit down and enjoy one cup of freshly brewed cappuccino with a choice of tempting cakes and fruit tarts, while listening to the harmonious sounds of a live pianist playing your favourite tunes.
  • She giggled lightly, her voice so harmonious and free that at that moment I had no worries and no doubts.
Sinónimos
1.1Forming a pleasing or consistent whole: the decor is a harmonious blend of traditional and modern
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  • What we end up with is a surprisingly harmonious blend of, well, video game tunes and traditional style Celtic rhythms.
  • The piece mirrors a harmonious blend of contemporary fashion culled out of traditional art form.
  • Osmania University was a harmonious blend of Hindu-Muslim architecture, Prof. Rao pointed out.
Sinónimos
1.2Free from disagreement or dissent: harmonious relationships
Más ejemplos en oraciones
  • Jen is an essential element of Confucianism and represents an ideal state in which an individual maintains harmonious social relationships with his fellow men.
  • So lying between individuals raises questions of personal integrity, character, and the kind of trust which is vital to any harmonious relationship.
  • A harmonious relationship with trust and respect flowing in all directions amongst the stakeholders will be to everyone's long term advantage.
Sinónimos
friendly, amicable, cordial, amiable, agreeable, congenial, easy, peaceful, peaceable, cooperative, good-natured;
fraternal, compatible, sympathetic, united, attuned, in harmony, in rapport, in tune, in accord, of one mind, seeing eye to eye, free from disagreement

Derivativos

harmoniously

adverbio
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  • Those who press for the abolition of Catholic schools say that children who are not schooled together can never interact or relate harmoniously to one another in adult life.
  • This was followed by a drum rendition by five students, demonstrating their grasp of rhythm and timing as well as their ability to perform harmoniously as a group.
  • The World Family Day celebration was the culmination of yearlong activities intended to create a world that lives together harmoniously.

harmoniousness

sustantivo
Más ejemplos en oraciones
  • Indeed harmoniousness is built into the whole concept of Cubist pictorial art as a structure of linked or overlapping planes into which everything in the picture * objects and background * is integrated.
  • For Rothko the experience of beauty is ‘the experience of rightness, reflected in an ideal of proportions, and as an apperception of harmoniousness, whose recognition produces an exaltation.’
  • The traditional feeling of attachment to the US, characterised by a general harmoniousness since the end of the Second World War, has soured into a sceptical and even hostile attitude.

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