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chord definition

  • noun:
    • Music A combination of three or maybe more pitches seemed at the same time.
    • Harmony, by shade.
    • A line part that joins two points on a curve.
    • A straight line connecting the leading and trailing sides of an airfoil.
    • Anatomy Variant of cable.
    • a difficult experience or response: the woman words hit a sympathetic chord in her own market.
    • Archaic The sequence of a musical instrument.
    • In music, a mix of any three or maybe more notes seemed at the same time.
    • A straight line between two things of a curve.
    • A horizontal member of a truss.
    • the length amongst the leading and trailing side of a wing, measured in direction of the conventional airflow.
    • A keyboard shortcut that requires two or more distinct keypresses, such as Ctrl+M accompanied by P.
    • The sequence of a musical tool.
    • a mix of shades at the same time carried out, producing almost perfect harmony, .
    • the right range uniting the extremities of the arc of a circle or bend.
    • Music a mixture of three or higher pitches seemed simultaneously.
    • A cord. See Cord, n., 4.
    • Harmony, since color.
    • top of the or lower element of a truss, often horizontal, resisting compression or stress.
    • A string; a cord. Especially —
    • The sequence of a musical instrument.
    • A line part that joins two things on a curve.
    • A musical tone.—
    • A straight range connecting the best and trailing sides of an airfoil.
    • In music, the simultaneous sounding of three or maybe more tones; especially, the sounding of three or higher tones which can be concordant with one another.
    • Anatomy Variant of cable.
    • thus Harmony, as of color.
    • a difficult experience or reaction: Her terms hit a sympathetic chord inside her audience.
    • In geometry, a straight range intersecting a curve; that part of a straight range which will be made up between two of their intersections with a curve; particularly, the straight line joining the extremities of an arc of a circle.
    • Archaic The string of a musical instrument.
    • a principal horizontal person in a bridge-truss.
    • In songs, a variety of any three or higher records seemed at the same time.
    • In structure, a cord; a chorda; specifically, the notochord, or chorda dorsalis. See chorda.
    • A straight line between two things of a curve.
    • A horizontal person in a truss.
    • the length between the leading and trailing edge of a wing, measured toward the conventional airflow.
    • A keyboard shortcut that requires several distinct keypresses, like Ctrl+M accompanied by P.
    • a combination of three or maybe more records that blend harmoniously when sounded together
    • The string of a musical instrument.
    • a straight line linking two things on a curve
    • a variety of tones simultaneously done, producing more or less perfect harmony, .
    • A right range uniting the extremities for the arc of a circle or bend.
    • a cable. See Cord, n., 4.
    • the top of or lower section of a truss, typically horizontal, resisting compression or stress.
    • A string; a cord. Especially —
    • The sequence of a musical instrument.
    • A musical tone.—
    • In songs, the multiple sounding of three or even more shades; especially, the sounding of three or even more shades that are concordant with one another.
    • thus Harmony, since shade.
    • In geometry, a straight line intersecting a curve; that element of a straight range which is made up between two of the intersections with a curve; particularly, the straight line joining the extremities of an arc of a circle.
    • a primary horizontal member of a bridge-truss.
    • In physiology, a cord; a chorda; specifically, the notochord, or chorda dorsalis. See chorda.
    • a combination of three or more records that combination harmoniously when sounded together
    • a straight range linking two points on a curve
  • verb-intransitive:
    • to stay in accord; agree.
    • Music To play chords on a guitar.
    • to stay agreement; recognize.
    • musical To play chords on a musical instrument.
    • To accord; to harmonize together.
    • To accord; to harmonize collectively.
  • verb-transitive:
    • Music To play chords on.
    • To harmonize.
    • to present with musical chords or strings; to sequence; to tune.
    • Music To play chords on.
    • To harmonize.
    • to supply with musical chords or strings; to sequence; to tune.
  • verb:
    • to create chords for.
    • To accord; to harmonize collectively.
    • play chords on (a string instrument)
    • to publish chords for.
    • To accord; to harmonize collectively.
    • bring into consonance, equilibrium, or agreement which makes music or performing
    • play chords on (a string tool)
    • bring into consonance, harmony, or accord which makes music or singing
  • others:
    • To provide with chords or strings, as a musical instrument.
    • In songs, to sound harmoniously or concordantly.
    • To provide with chords or strings, as a musical instrument.
    • In music, to seem harmoniously or concordantly.
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