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chord1 British & World English

A group of (typically three or more) notes sounded together, as a basis of harmony

chord2 British & World English

A straight line joining the ends of an arc

chord line British & World English

A railway route across the outer parts of an urban area

broken chord British & World English

A chord in which the notes are played successively

common chord British & World English

A triad containing a root, a major or minor third, and a perfect fifth

strike a chord in chord2 British & World English

Cause someone to feel sympathy, emotion, or enthusiasm

strike a chord British & World English

Cause someone to feel sympathy, emotion, or enthusiasm

strike the right chord in chord2 British & World English

Skilfully appeal to or arouse a particular emotion in others

strike the right chord British & World English

Skilfully appeal to or arouse a particular emotion in others

diminished seventh chord in diminished seventh British & World English

A chord formed by a note together with those above it at intervals of a minor third, a diminished fifth, and a diminished seventh. The resulting chord consists entirely of superimposed minor thirds, and is much used in modern music in modulating between keys

chord English-Spanish

acorde m

that struck a chord with her in chord English-Spanish

eso le tocó la fibra sensible

these notes make up the chord of A major in make up English-Spanish

estas notas forman el acorde de la mayor

these notes make up the chord of A major in make English-Spanish

estas notas forman el acorde de la mayor

his speech struck the right chord with the audience in chord English-Spanish

su discurso estuvo en perfecta sintonía con el sentir del público


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