unison
noun
1. (music) 
The dissonant chords eventually came together in perfect unison.Los acordes disonantes finalmente se resolvieron en un unísono perfecto.
2. (agreement) 
Thankfully, the designer's final product was in unison with what we expected.Por suerte, el producto final del diseñador estaba de acuerdo con lo que esperábamos.
unison
Noun
1. (general) 
a. no direct translation 
in unisonal unísono
unison [ˈjuːnɪzn]
noun
armonía (f); (Mús) unisonancia (f)
in unison (Mús) al unísono; to sing in unison cantar al unísono; to act in unison with sb obrar al unísono con algn; "yes," they said in unison —sí —dijeron al unísono
unison
unison [oo-nee’-son]
verb neuter
1. Unison, musical consonance. (n)
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