n (plural -nies)
- 1.1 uncountable or countable/no numerable o numerable [Music/Música] armonía (feminine) to sing/play in harmony cantar/tocar* en armoníaMore example sentences1.2 uncountable/no numerable (concord) armonía (feminine) racial/social harmony armonía racial/social they live together in perfect harmony viven juntos en perfecta armonía to live in harmony with nature vivir en armonía con la naturaleza
More example sentences
- In terms of form, melody, and harmony, these works define the word ‘traditional.’
- Glass has stripped music down to a few bare parameters: repetition, simple harmony and little melody.
- What unites his music for all media is his individual use of melody and harmony often with a light touch.
- They are in harmony with the perfect will of God and give rise to changed lives and changed communities.
- It has the potential to become a central feature in the promotion and determination of a more aware, inclusive and active community that lives in harmony with itself and its environment.
- Christians have lived on the south-western coast of the Indian subcontinent peacefully and in harmony with the other local people for many centuries.
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