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discordant
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English - Vietnamese Dictionary
discordant /dis'kɔ:dənt/
  • tính từ
    • bất hoà, trái ngược nhau, không hoà hợp
    • chói tai, nghịch tai; không hợp âm
      • a discordant note: (âm nhạc) nốt nghịch tai
Concise Dictionary
dɪ'skɔːdənt
adj.
+not in agreement or harmony
+lacking in harmony

Thesaurus Dictionary
adj.
1 contrary, disagreeing, divergent, opposite, opposed, adverse, contradictory, incompatible, differing, different, conflicting, at odds, incongruous, in conflict, in disagreement, at variance, dissimilar:
The testimony of the fossils is discordant with the evidence in the legend.
2 inharmonious, dissonant, jarring, cacophonous, unmelodious, unmusical, harsh, strident, jangling, grating:
He struck some discordant notes on his zither.
Advanced English Dictionary
+ adjective
1 [usually before noun] (formal) not in agreement; combining with other things in a way that is strange or unpleasant: discordant views + The functional modernity of the computer struck a discordant note amid the elegant eighteenth-century furniture.
2 (of sounds) sounding harsh together


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