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  • 1 Unison — Unison …

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  • 2 Unison — U ni*son (?; 277), n. [LL. unisonus having the same sound; L. unus one + sonus a sound: cf. F. unisson, It. unisono. See {One}, and {Sound} a noise.] 1. Harmony; agreement; concord; union. [1913 Webster] 2. (Mus.) Identity in pitch; coincidence… …

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  • 3 Unison — (homonymie) Cette page d’homonymie répertorie les différents sujets et articles partageant un même nom. UNISON est un syndicat professionnel anglais. Unison est un logiciel de synchronisation et de sauvegarde. Unison: Rebels of Rhythm and Dance… …

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  • 4 unison — UNISÓN s.n. Executare de către un grup vocal sau instrumental a unei melodii la aceeaşi înălţime. ♦ fig. Acord deplin, comuniune de idei, de sentimente, de interese. – Din fr. unisson, lat. unisonus. Trimis de valeriu, 03.04.2003. Sursa: DEX 98  …

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  • 5 Unison — bezeichnet: Unison (Programm), ein Synchronisierungsprogramm Unison (Theater), ein Moskauer Theaterensemble Unison (Virginia), ein gemeindefreies Gebiet im Südwesten von Loudoun County, Virginia UNISON (Gewerkschaft), die Gewerkschaft für den… …

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  • 6 Unison — U ni*son (?; 277), a. [Cf. It. unisono. See {Unison}, n.] 1. Sounding alone. [Obs.] [1913 Webster] [sounds] intermixed with voice, Choral or unison. Milton. [1913 Webster] 2. (Mus.) Sounded alike in pitch; unisonant; unisonous; as, unison… …

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  • 7 unison — 1570s, from M.Fr. unisson unison, accord of sound (16c.), from M.L. unisonus having one sound, sounding the same, from L.L. unisonius in immediate sequence in the scale, monotonous, from L. uni one (see ONE (Cf. one)) + sonus sound (see SOUND (Cf …

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  • 8 unison — ► NOUN 1) simultaneous action or utterance. 2) Music a coincidence in pitch of sounds or notes. ► ADJECTIVE ▪ performed in unison. ORIGIN Latin unisonus, from sonus sound …

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  • 9 unison — [yo͞o′nə sən, yo͞o′nəzən] n. [MFr < ML unisonus, having the same sound < L unus,ONE + sonus, a SOUND1] 1. an interval consisting of two identical musical pitches; prime 2. complete agreement; concord; harmony in unison 1. sounding the same …

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  • 10 unison — index accordance (compact), agreement (concurrence), concert, consensus, consent, rapprochement …

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  • 11 unison — англ. [ю/низн] unisono ит. [уни/соно] Unisono нем. [унисо/но] unisson фр. [юнисо/н] unisonus лат. [унисо/нус] 1) унисон, прима 2) указание играть всей группой инструм. в унисон после раздельного исполнени …

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  • 12 unison — ȕnisōn prid. <odr. ī> DEFINICIJA 1. koji se glasa ili javlja istodobno; jednoglasan 2. pren. koji govori isto ili se glasa na isti način; istomišljenički, složan …

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  • 13 unison — [n] harmony accord, accordance, agreement, alliance, community, concert, concord, concordance, conjunction, consent, consonance, cooperation, federation, league, reciprocity, sympathy, unanimity, union, unity; concept 664 Ant. discord, disharmony …

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  • 14 unisón — adj. Que tiene el mismo sonido que otra cosa …

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  • 15 UNISON — Infobox Union|name=UNISON the Public Service Union country=United Kingdom affiliation=TUC, ICTU, STUC, PSI members=1.343 million (2006)1 full name= native name= founded=1993 current= head= dissolved date= dissolved state= merged into= office=1… …

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  • 16 Unison — For other uses, see Unison (disambiguation). Perfect unison  Play ( …

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  • 17 unison — /yooh neuh seuhn, zeuhn/, n. 1. coincidence in pitch of two or more musical tones, voices, etc. 2. the musical interval of a perfect prime. 3. the performance of musical parts at the same pitch or at the octave. 4. a sounding together in octaves …

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  • 18 unison — [[t]ju͟ːnɪsən, zən[/t]] 1) PHRASE: PHR after v If two or more people do something in unison, they do it together at the same time. The students gave him a rapturous welcome, chanting in unison: We want the king! ... Michael and the landlady… …

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  • 19 unison — u|ni|son [ˈju:nısən, zən] n [Date: 1500 1600; : Old French; Origin: Medieval Latin unisonus having the same sound , from Latin uni + sonus sound ] in unison a) if people speak or do something in unison, they say the same words at the same time or …

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  • 20 unison — noun 1 in unison a) if people speak in unison, they say the same words at the same time: “No way!” the twins replied in unison. b) if two groups, governments etc do something in unison they do it together because they agree with each other:… …

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