English → English - orchestrate

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v. compose orchestra music; organize, manage
v. orchestrate, arrange, score

English → Spanish - orchestrate

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v. orquestar, conchabar, instrumentar

English → French - orchestrate

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v. orchestrer (adapter pour orchestre)

English → German - orchestrate

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v. instrumentieren, orchestrieren

English → Indonesian - orchestrate

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v. mengarang musik, menyusun musik

English → Italian - orchestrate

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v. (Mus) orchestrare; strumentare

English → Polish - orchestrate

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v. rozpisać na orkiestrę, orkiestrować, instrumentować

English → Portuguese - orchestrate

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v. orquestrar, instrumentar (Mús.)

English → Romanian - orchestrate

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v. orchestra

English → Russian - orchestrate

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г. оркестровать, инструментовать

English → Turkish - orchestrate

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f. orkestraya uyarlamak, orkestra için bestelemek, en iyi sonucu alacak şekilde ayarlamak

English → Ukrainian - orchestrate

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v. оркеструвати, інструментувати, писати музику для оркестру

English → Dutch - orchestrate

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ww. orkest : voor orkest bewerken, orkestreren, arrangeren

English → Greek - orchestrate

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ρήμ. εναρμονίζω δι' ορχίστρα, ενορχηστρώνω

English → Arabic - orchestrate

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‏ألف الأ لحان الموسيقية، نسق، زاوج، أركس للأوبرا‏

English → Chinese - orchestrate

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(动) 把...编成管弦乐曲; 精心安排

English → Chinese - orchestrate

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(動) 把...編成管弦樂曲; 精心安排

English → Hindi - orchestrate

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v. आकेर्स्ट्रा करना

English → Japanese - orchestrate

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(動) 管弦楽用に作曲する; 編成する; 組織化する

English → Korean - orchestrate

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동. 관현악으로 작곡하다; 관리하다

English → Vietnamese - orchestrate

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v. phổ khúc, tổ chức hợp tấu khúc

Definition of orchestrate

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Verb
1. To arrange or score music for performance by an orchestra.
2. To compose or arrange orchestral music for a dramatic performance.
Sergio Leone orchestrated "The Good, the Bad and the Ugly".
3. To arrange or direct diverse elements to achieve a desired effect
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Verb Forms

Present participle: orchestrating
Present: orchestrate (3.person: orchestrates)
Past: orchestrated
Future: will orchestrate
Present conditional: would orchestrate
Present Perfect: have orchestrated (3.person: has orchestrated)
Past Perfect: had orchestrated
Future Perfect: will have orchestrated
Past conditional: would have orchestrated
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