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chord 中文解釋 wordnet sense Collocation Usage
Verb
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chords, plural;
  1. Play, sing, or arrange notes in chords

Noun
  1. A straight line joining the ends of an arc

  2. The width of an airfoil from leading to trailing edge

  3. Each of the two principal members of a truss

  4. A string on a harp or other instrument


  1. a straight line connecting two points on a curve
  2. play chords on (a string instrument)
  3. a combination of three or more notes that blend harmoniously when sounded together
  4. harmonize: bring into consonance, harmony, or accord while making music or singing
  5. In aeronautics, chord refers to the imaginary straight line joining the trailing edge and the center of curvature of the leading edge of the cross-section of an airfoil. ...
  6. In the field of astronomy the term chord typically refers to a line crossing an object which is formed during an occultation event. ...
  7. Chord (Andrew Chord) is a fictional character in the Marvel Comics universe. He is African American. His first appearance was in Thor #411. Chord was the mentor of Night Thrasher and the New Warriors. He is also the father of Silhouette and Midnight's Fire and the son-in-law of Warriors villain Tai.
  8. A chord is a concurrency construct available in Polyphonic C♯ and Cω inspired by the join pattern of the join-calculus.
  9. A chord of a circle is a geometric line segment whose endpoints both lie on the circumference of the circle. A secant or a secant line is the line extension of a chord.
  10. In the mathematical area of graph theory, a graph is chordal if each of its cycles of four or more nodes has a chord, which is an edge joining two nodes that are not adjacent in the cycle. An equivalent definition is that any chordless cycles have at most three nodes. ...
  11. In music, a combination of any three or more notes sounded simultaneously; A straight line between two points of a curve; A horizontal member of a truss; The distance between the leading and trailing edge of a wing, measured in the direction of the normal airflow; A keyboard shortcut that ...
  12. (Chords (or Bottom Chord or Top Chord)) An inclined or horizontal member establishing the top or bottom of a roof truss.
  13. (CHORDS) Refer to the Top and Bottom Chords which are respectively the RAFTER and CEILING TIE.
  14. (Chords) Most harmony in western music is based on chords.  There are at least 3 notes in a chord but there can be more.
  15. (Chords) These are fundamental to most music. When several notes of a scale are played at the same time, these notes are called chords. Chords can be classified by form number, explained below.
  16. (Chords) Uneven composition in glass, often barely visible as refractions of light or images in what should be uniformly clear. Often form when glass has been cooked for a long time in a pot without being drawn down and refilled. ...
  17. (Chords) are also distinguished and notated by the scale degree of their root note or bass note.
  18. (chords) lakerfan2390 4 days ago
  19. chords are just a combination of notes played together at the same time. This is a good area to start a beginner guitar lesson.
  20. These are lines of clear glass that have a slightly different expansion coefficient enhance refract light at different rates.
  21. Straight line that joins the end points of any arc. In cable yarding, it is used to determine cable deflection (22).
  22. Three or more different tones played together.  Click here to here some chords.
  23. Pressing both mouse buttons simultaneously.
  24. A tone pattern made by playing three or more notes at the same time. Consonant chords, made up of tones at certain intervals, are restful ones that seem to say the final word. ...
  25. Harmony of at least three notes. These can also sound successively as a broken chord.