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dis·cord

 (dĭs′kôrd′)
n.
1.
a. Lack of agreement among persons, groups, or things. See Synonyms at conflict.
b. Tension or strife resulting from a lack of agreement; dissension.
2. A confused or harsh sound or mingling of sounds.
3. Music An inharmonious combination of simultaneously sounded tones; a dissonance.
intr.v. (dĭ-skôrd′, dĭs′kôrd′) dis·cord·ed, dis·cord·ing, dis·cords
To fail to agree or harmonize; clash.

[Middle English, from Old French descorde, from Latin discordia, from discors, discord-, disagreeing : dis-, apart; see dis- + cor, heart; see kerd- in Indo-European roots.]
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discord

n
1. lack of agreement of harmony; strife
2. harsh confused mingling of sounds
3. (Music, other) a combination of musical notes containing one or more dissonant intervals. See dissonance3, concord4
vb
(intr) to disagree; clash
[C13: from Old French descort, from descorder to disagree, from Latin discordāre, from discors at variance, from dis-1 + cor heart]
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dis•cord

(n. ˈdɪs kɔrd; v. dɪsˈkɔrd)

n.
1. lack of concord or harmony between persons or things.
2. disagreement; difference of opinion.
3. strife; dispute; war.
4. an inharmonious combination of musical tones sounded together.
5. any confused or harsh noise; dissonance.
v.i.
6. to disagree; be at variance.
[1200–50; < Old French descort, descorde, derivative of descorder < Latin discordāre to be at variance, derivative of discord- in conflict]
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discord


Past participle: discorded
Gerund: discording

Imperative
discord
discord
Present
I discord
you discord
he/she/it discords
we discord
you discord
they discord
Preterite
I discorded
you discorded
he/she/it discorded
we discorded
you discorded
they discorded
Present Continuous
I am discording
you are discording
he/she/it is discording
we are discording
you are discording
they are discording
Present Perfect
I have discorded
you have discorded
he/she/it has discorded
we have discorded
you have discorded
they have discorded
Past Continuous
I was discording
you were discording
he/she/it was discording
we were discording
you were discording
they were discording
Past Perfect
I had discorded
you had discorded
he/she/it had discorded
we had discorded
you had discorded
they had discorded
Future
I will discord
you will discord
he/she/it will discord
we will discord
you will discord
they will discord
Future Perfect
I will have discorded
you will have discorded
he/she/it will have discorded
we will have discorded
you will have discorded
they will have discorded
Future Continuous
I will be discording
you will be discording
he/she/it will be discording
we will be discording
you will be discording
they will be discording
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been discording
you have been discording
he/she/it has been discording
we have been discording
you have been discording
they have been discording
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been discording
you will have been discording
he/she/it will have been discording
we will have been discording
you will have been discording
they will have been discording
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been discording
you had been discording
he/she/it had been discording
we had been discording
you had been discording
they had been discording
Conditional
I would discord
you would discord
he/she/it would discord
we would discord
you would discord
they would discord
Past Conditional
I would have discorded
you would have discorded
he/she/it would have discorded
we would have discorded
you would have discorded
they would have discorded
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ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.discord - lack of agreement or harmonydiscord - lack of agreement or harmony  
disorder - a disturbance of the peace or of public order
2.discord - disagreement among those expected to cooperate
disagreement - the speech act of disagreeing or arguing or disputing
confrontation - discord resulting from a clash of ideas or opinions
variance, division - discord that splits a group
3.discord - a harsh mixture of sounds
dissonance - disagreeable sounds
4.discord - strife resulting from a lack of agreement
strife - bitter conflict; heated often violent dissension
Verb1.discord - be different from one another
be - have the quality of being; (copula, used with an adjective or a predicate noun); "John is rich"; "This is not a good answer"
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discord

Collins Thesaurus of the English Language – Complete and Unabridged 2nd Edition. 2002 © HarperCollins Publishers 1995, 2002

discord

nounverb
1. To fail to be in accord:
Idiom: go counter to.
2. To be of different opinion:
Idiom: join issue.
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Translations
، خِلاف، شِقاق، نِزاعنَشاز، تَنافُر الأصْوات
disonanceneshodasvár
disharmonistriduenighed
epäsopuriitasointu
disszonanciaviszály
ágreiningurmishljómur
disonansasdisonuojantisnesantaikanesiderinantis
disonansenesaskaņastrīds
disonancia
ahenksizlikakortsuzlukanlaşmzlıkuyuşmazlık

discord

[ˈdɪskɔːd] N
1. (= quarrelling) → discordia f
to sow discord amongsembrar la discordia entre, sembrar cizaña entre
2. (Mus) → disonancia f
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discord

[ˈdɪskɔːrd] n
(= disagreement) → discorde f, dissension f
discord between → discorde entre
discord over sth → dissension au sujet de qch
(MUSIC)dissonance f
Collins English/French Electronic Resource. © HarperCollins Publishers 2005

discord

n
(Mus) → Disharmonie f
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discord

[ˈdɪskɔːd] ndisaccordo, discordia (Mus) → dissonanza
Collins Italian Dictionary 1st Edition © HarperCollins Publishers 1995

discord

(ˈdiskoːd) noun
1. disagreement or quarrelling.
2. in music, a group of notes played together which give a jarring sound.
disˈcordant adjective
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References in classic literature ?
In the procession I should feel the crushing feet, the clashing discords, the ruthless hands and stifling breath.
It was one of those moments which sometimes come and go without any apparent cause, when life suddenly takes a mystical aspect of completeness, all its discords are harmonised by some unseen hand of the spirit, and all its imperfections fall away.
Now, with respect to this alliance, the legislator ought both to consider the parties and their time of life, that they may grow old at the same part of time, and that their bodily powers may not be different; that is to say, the man being able to have children, but the woman too old to bear them; or, on the contrary, the woman be young enough to produce children, but the man too old to be a father; for from such a situation discords and disputes continually arise.
Can there be any greater evil than discord and distraction and plurality where unity ought to reign?
AFTER waiting many a weary day to revenge himself upon a Lion for some unconsidered manifestation of contempt, a Skunk finally saw him coming, and posting himself in the path ahead uttered the inaudible discord of his race.
Into the manhood of the race: for I, for my own part cannot think that these latter days of weak experiment, fragmentary theory, and mutual discord are indeed man's culminating time!
Even into the heights of their virtue and into their cold spirit doth this creature follow them, with its discord.