There are 2 main translations of chord in Spanish:

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chord 1

American English: /kɔrd/
British English: /kɔːd/

noun

  • (Music) major/minor chord
    acorde mayor/menor
    it touches some common chord in all of us
    nos llega a todos
    Example sentences
    • From the tramping funeral rhythm of the opening movement to the ominous major - minor chords of the finale, the symphony offers precious little respite from its tragic purpose.
    • Prokofiev's daunting cluster chords and rapid fire pianistic flourishes held no terrors for her.
    • The top note of the chord identifies major, while the middle note identifies minor.

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chord 2
American English: /kɔrd/
British English: /kɔːd/

noun

  • 1 (Mathematics)
    Example sentences
    • He found the length of an arc of the cycloid using an exhaustion proof based on dissections to reduce the problem to summing segments of chords of a circle which are in geometric progression.
    • He wrote on the computation of sines and chords.
    • The angle at the centre of a circle is twice the angle at the circumference from the same chord.
  • 3to strike/touch a chordthat struck a chord with her
    eso le tocó la fibra sensible
    his speech struck the right chord with the audience
    su discurso estuvo en perfecta sintonía con el sentir del público

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