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melodious
American English: /məˈloʊdiəs/
British English: /mɪˈləʊdɪəs/

Translation of melodious in Spanish:

adjective

  • Example sentences
    • Liszt tells the poet's story with music that is memorably melodious and dramatic; this is one of the highlights among the thirteen.
    • Josef Suk can always be counted upon to produce good, well crafted and melodious music and these three compositions certainly live up to that description.
    • In contrast, the dances of Asia stand out for their splendid colour and costumes and melodious instrumental music and drum beats.

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