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chord; boom [listen] [listen] Gurt {m} (Fachwerk)

chord [listen] Akkord {m} [mus.]

chords Akkorde {pl}

open chord offener Akkord

Jazz chord Jazz-Akkord {m}

the (first/second/third) inversion of a chord die (erste/zweite/dritte) Umkehrung eines Akkords

to strike the right chord den richtigen Ton treffen

to strum chords (plucked string instrument) Akkorde anschlagen {vt} (Zupfinstrument)

chord position Akkordstellung {f} [mus.]

root chord position Akkord-Grundstellung {f}

sixth chord position Sextakkordstellung {f}

chord progression Akkordfolge {f} [mus.]

chord symbol Akkordsymbol {n} [mus.]

chord symbols Akkordsymbole {pl}

chord section Gurtquerschnitt {m}

chord member Gurtstab {m}

chord progression Klangfolge {f} [mus.]

chord progressions Klangfolgen {pl}

chord [listen] Sehne {f} [math.]

chords Sehnen {pl}

to strike/touch a chord in/with sb. (matter) jdn. bewegen; jdn. ansprechen; jdn. rühren [geh.]; bei jdm. Anklang finden {vt} (Sache)

The issue of food safety strikes a chord with everyone. Die Frage der Lebensmittelsicherheit lässt niemanden ungerührt.

These comments will touch a responsive chord especially in women voters. Diese Kommentare werden insbesondere die weiblichen Wähler ansprechen.

His speech struck a sympathetic chord among business leaders. Seine Rede wurde unter den Führungskräften in der Wirtschaft wohlwollend aufgenommen.

barré chord; barré (guitar) Barrégriff {m} (Gitarre) [mus.]

half-barré chord; half-barré kleiner Barrégriff

full barré chord; full barré großer Barrégriff

vocal cord; vocal chord [rare]; vocal fold; vocal ligament; phonatory band; phonocorda Stimmband {n} [anat.]

vocal cords; vocal chords; vocal folds; vocal ligaments; phonatory bands; phonocordas Stimmbänder {pl}

false vocal cord; vestibular fold falsches Stimmband

final notes; final chord Ausklang {m} [mus.]

wing depth; chord of wing Flügeltiefe {f} [aviat.]

trelliswork boom [Br.]; trelliswork chord [Am.] Gurt {m} des Gitterwerks [constr.]

boom plate [Br.]; chord plate [Am.] (structural steel engineering) Gurtplatte {f}; Lamelle {f} (Stahlbau) [techn.]

boom plates; chord plates Gurtplatten {pl}; Lamellen {pl}

spar flange; flange spar; flange chord Holmgurt {m} [aviat.]

spar flanges; flange spars; flange chords Holmgurte {pl}

minor chord Mollakkord {m}

umbilical cord; umbilical chord [rare]; belly stalk; abdominal stalk; funis Nabelschnur {f} [anat.]

top chord; upper chord; upper belt; top boom Obergurt {m}

root position; normal form (of a chord) Oktavlage {f} (eines Akkords) [mus.]

tread chord width Profilsehne {f}

six-four chord (second inversion of a triad) (harmonics) Quartsextakkord {m} (zweite Umkehrung eines Dreiklangs) (Harmonielehre) [mus.]

spinal cord; spinal chord [rare]; medulla; myelon Rückenmark {n}; Myelon {n} (Medulla spinalis) [anat.]

medulla oblongata; oblongata; afterbrain; bulbus; bulb [listen] verlängertes Rückenmark

spermatic cord; spermatic chord [rare]; funiculus Samenstrang {m} [anat.]

spermatic cords; spermatic chords; funiculi Samenstränge {pl}

six-three chord; six chord; sixth chord (first inversion of a triad) (harmonics) Terzsextakkord {m}; Sextakkord {m} (erste Umkehrung eines Dreiklangs) (Harmonielehre) [mus.]

Neapolitan sixth chord neapolitanischer Sextakkord

bottom chord; lower chord; lower belt; bottom boom Untergurt {m}

bottom chords; lower chords; lower belts; bottom booms Untergurte {pl}

root note [Br.]; root tone [Am.]; root (of a chord/scale) Grundton {m} (eines Akkords/einer Tonleiter) [mus.]

root notes; root tones; roots [listen] Grundtöne {pl}

to strand sth. etw. verseilen {vt}

stranding verseilend

stranded verseilt

stranded wires verseilte Drähte [electr.]

stranded cable verseiltes Kabel

stranded chord verseilte Schnur

spiral quad verseilter Sternvierer [electr.]

arpeggio (broken chord) Arpeggio {n} (gebrochener Akkord) [mus.]

arpeggios Arpeggien {pl}
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