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French-English translation for: [musique]
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Dictionary French English: [musique]

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French English
abrutissant {adj} {pres-p} [musique, vacarme]deafening
dr. mus. aléatoire {adj} [contrat, musique]aleatory
mus. calmant {adj} [musique]soothing
littérat. mus. étoffé {adj} [musique, littérature]rich in content
évocateur {adj} [film, musique]atmospheric [full of atmosphere]
exaltant {adj} {pres-p} [projet, travail, musique]inspiring
geignard {adj} [fam.] [ton, musique]wailing
lancinant {adj} {pres-p} [musique, rythme]insistent
lancinant {adj} {pres-p} [musique, rythme]thumping
martial {adj} [art, musique]martial
mièvre {adj} [roman, tableau, musique]soppy
mus. plaintif {adj} [note, musique, son]mournful
audio mus. rythmé {adj} {past-p} [musique, prose, travail]cadenced
audio mus. rythmé {adj} [musique, prose, travail]rhythmic
audio mus. rythmé {adj} [musique, prose, travail]rhythmical [rhythmic]
mus. saccadé {adj} [musique, rythme]staccato
triste {adj} [musique]melancholy
mus. concasser qc. [musique]to mix sth.
mus. déverser qc. [musique] [fam.]to churn out sth.
dispenser qc. [musique]to put out sth.
mus. phonet. donner qc. [son, note de musique]to pitch sth. [note, level of sound]
mus. enlever qc. [morceau de musique]to give a brilliant rendering of sth.
mus. entonner qc. [chanson, musique]to strike up sth. [song, music]
répéter (qc.) [musique, discours, théâtre]to rehearse (sth.)
mus. théâtre répéter qc. [musique, discours, théâtre]to study sth. [rehearse]
cloche {f} [instrument de musique]
mus. accords {m.pl} [de musique]strain {sg} [piece/section of music]
mus. bouzouki {m} [instrument de musique répandu en Grèce]bouzouki
mus. occup. cantatrice {f} [de musique classique]singer [female]
mus. casserole {f} [fam.] [instrument de musique]flat instrument [off-key instrument]
mus. casserole {f} [fam.] [instrument de musique]off-key instrument
mus. cheville {f} [d'instrument de musique]tuning peg
mus. colorature {f} [passage de musique]coloratura
mordu {m} [fig.] [fam.] [p. ex. de musique, de sport]fan [devotee]
mus. occup. programmateur {m} [d'un festival de musique]curator [selector of music acts for a festival]
mus. RadioTV théâtre programmation {f} [musique, spectacle, émission]lineup [also: line-up] [music, acts billed for a show, schedule of events]
mus. occup. programmatrice {f} [d'un festival de musique]curator [selector of music acts for a festival] [female]
stridence {f} [musique, bruit]shrillness [piercing sound quality]
mil. mus. tattoo {m} [prestation de tambours, festival de musique militaire]tattoo [drum beat, military parade]
timbre {m} [sonnette, instrument de musique]bell [door bell, small bell,]
2 Words: Others
accro à qc. {adj} [fam.] [musique, sport, régal]addicted to sth.
accro à qc. {adj} [fam.] [musique, sport, régal]crazy about sth.
2 Words: Verbs
accrocher avec qc. [style, musique]to go for sth.
mus. jouer de qc. [instrument de musique]to play sth. [music instrument]
4 Words: Others
mus. à fond la caisse {adv} [fam.] [mettre la musique]at full blast [e.g. music]
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