Translation of vocal in Spanish:

vocal

Pronunciation: /ˈvəʊkəl/

adj

  • 1.1 [music/piece] [Mus] vocal the vocal organs los órganos vocales or de la voz
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    • When Barber began work on the score of Vanessa in 1954, he was already regarded as one of the US's foremost composers of orchestral and vocal music.
    • Their style is melodic driving rock, with textured guitars and strong vocal harmony lines.
    • He never studied abroad and never composed any vocal music.
    1.2 (vociferous) a very vocal minority una minoría que se hace oír
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    • You're correct that the populist view is not necessarily the right view, but those with centre-left leaning are more generally more vocal in their opinions.
    • Professor Fraser said that he believed that ‘Council and just perhaps the Vice Chancellor did not realise the depth of opinion and how vocal it could be’.
    • It's good to see the St. Vincent de Paul Society becoming more vocal and putting its opinions and vast experience on record in the media.

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