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English translation of 'harmonique'

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harmonique

[aʀmɔnik ]
adjective
harmonic
masculine or feminine noun
harmonic

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Example Sentences Including 'harmonique'

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Le surnaturel n'est qu'un élément harmonique du thème de la séparation.
Le Monde (2003)
Sa richesse harmonique et sa collection d'êtres humains extraordinaires.
Actuel
Suzanne possède une éducation musicale plus traditionnelle et une grande richesse harmonique, elle a accentué cette tendance pop.
Le Monde (1999)
Un peu comme le mariage parfait de la science harmonique de REM, du lyrisme d'U2 et de la puissance désespérée de Nirvana.
Le Monde (1999)

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'harmonique' in Other Languages

British English: harmonic ADJECTIVE
Harmonic means composed, played, or sung using two or more notes which sound right and pleasing together.
I had been looking for ways to combine harmonic and rhythmic structures.

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Translation of harmonique from the Collins French to English
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