US: /ˈhɑɹməni/
UK: /hˈɑːməni/

English Vietnamese dictionary

harmony /'hɑ:məni/
  • danh từ
    • sự hài hoà, sự cân đối
    • sự hoà thuận, sự hoà hợp
      • to be in harmony with: hoà thuận với, hoà hợp với
      • to be out of harmony with: không hoà thuận với, không hoà hợp với
    • (âm nhạc) hoà âm

Advanced English dictionary

+ noun (plural harmonies)
1 [U] a state of peaceful existence and agreement: the need to be in harmony with our environment + to live together in perfect harmony + social / racial harmony
Compare: DISCORD
2 [U, C] (music) the way in which different notes that are played or sung together combine to make a pleasing sound: to sing in harmony + to study four-part harmony + passionate lyrics and stunning vocal harmonies
Compare: DISCORD
3 [C, U] a pleasing combination of related things: the harmony of colour in nature + The designer's aim is to produce a harmony of shape and texture.

Thesaurus dictionary

1 agreement, accord, concord, compatibility, rapport, unanimity, unity:
The purpose is to promote harmony among the warring factions.
2 consonance, congruity, balance, orderliness, closeness, togetherness, consistency, fitness, parallelism:
A sense of harmony can be felt among the European nations.
3 melodiousness, euphony, tunefulness:
Their voices are in perfect harmony.

Collocation dictionary

1 state of agreement


absolute, complete, perfect | reasonable, relative
They've lived together in reasonable harmony for many years.
| domestic, political, racial, social
On the surface, their life seemed a model of domestic harmony.


achieve | maintain, preserve
They try to maintain harmony between the two communities.
| foster, promote
The Church tries to promote racial harmony.
| live in


in ~
They work together in harmony.
| ~ between
They try to foster harmony between different groups of people.
| ~ with
living in perfect harmony with nature


a sense of harmony
A new sense of harmony developed in the community.

2 pleasant combination of different musical notes


musical | five-part, four-part, etc.
an arrangement with four-part harmony


in ~
to sing in harmony

Concise English dictionary

harmonies'hɑrmənɪ /'hɑːm-
+compatibility in opinion and action
+the structure of music with respect to the composition and progression of chords
+a harmonious state of things in general and of their properties (as of colors and sounds); congruity of parts with one another and with the whole
+agreement of opinions
+an agreeable sound property