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harmonious

Pronunciation: /hɑːrˈməʊniəs; hɑːˈməʊniəs/

Translation of harmonious in Spanish:

adjective/adjetivo

  • 1.1 [singing/pattern/colors] armonioso
    Example sentences
    • 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.
    Example sentences
    • 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.
    1.2 (relationship) armonioso
    Example sentences
    • 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.

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