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sym·phon·ic

 (sĭm-fŏn′ĭk)
adj.
1. Relating to or having the character or form of a symphony.
2. Harmonious in sound.

sym•phon•ic

(sɪmˈfɒn ɪk)

adj.
1. of, for, pertaining to, or having the character of a symphony or symphony orchestra.
2. of or pertaining to symphony or harmony of sounds.
3. characterized by similarity of sound, as words.
[1855–60]
sym•phon′i•cal•ly, adv.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adj.1.symphonic - relating to or characteristic or suggestive of a symphony; "symphonic choir"
2.symphonic - harmonious in sound; "the symphonic hum of a million insects"
harmonious - musically pleasing

symphonic

adjective
Characterized by harmony of sound:
Translations
سِمْفوني
symfonický
szimfonikus
sinfónískur, sinfóníu-
symfonický
senfonik

symphonic

[sɪmˈfɒnɪk] ADJsinfónico

symphonic

[sɪmˈfɒnɪk] adjsymphonique

symphonic

symphonic

[sɪmˈfɒnɪk] adjsinfonico/a

symphony

(ˈsimfəni) plural ˈsymphonies noun
a usually long piece of music for an orchestra of many different instruments, in three or four movements or parts.
symˈphonic (-ˈfo-) adjective
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