discordante

discordante
An adjective is a word that describes a noun (e.g. the big dog).
adjective
1. (music)
a. discordant
Esta composición no es nada melodiosa. A mis oídos suena como una mera sucesión de notas discordantes.This composition isn't melodious at all. It sounds like a mere succession of discordant notes to my ears.
2. (contradictory)
a. conflicting
Los testigos dieron versiones discordantes de los hechos.Witnesses gave conflicting versions of the events.
b. clashing
Me gusta usar colores discordantes en mis cuadros. No quiero dejar indiferente al espectador.I like to use clashing colors in my paintings. I don't want to leave the viewer indifferent.
c. dissenting
Dentro del parlamento, se escuchan muchas voces discordantes, y será difícil alcanzar un acuerdo.Within the parliament, many dissenting voices are heard, and it will be difficult to reach an agreement.
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discordante
An adjective is a word that describes a noun (e.g. the big dog).
adjective
1. (sonidos)
a. discordant
2. (colores)
a. clashing
3. (opiniones)
a. conflicting
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discordante
adjective
1 (Música) discordant
2 [+opiniones] clashing
su traje fue la nota discordante en la reunión his suit stuck out like a sore thumb in the meeting
Collins Complete Spanish Electronic Dictionary © HarperCollins Publishers 2011
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