English → English - tenor

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n. adult male singing voice between alto and bass; purport, meaning; character; course
n. tenor, adult male singing voice between alto and bass

English → Spanish - tenor

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s. tenor; copia conforme; talante, atmósfera

Spanish → English - tenor

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[tenor (m)] n. strain; purport; tenor

English → French - tenor

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n. ténor, sens général

English → German - tenor

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n. Tenor; Tenorstimme; Verlauf; Wortlaut

English → Indonesian - tenor

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n. arah, tujuan, tuju, arti, maksud, suasana umum, penyanyi tenor

English → Italian - tenor

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s. tenore, tono; andamento, corso, procedimento; voce di tenore; (Dir) copia conforme, trascrizione

English → Polish - tenor

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n. bieg, treść, odpis {prawn.}, termin płatności weksla {handl.}, tenor głos

English → Portuguese - tenor

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s. tenor; tendência; método; maneira

English → Romanian - tenor

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n. tenor, voce de tenor, conţinut, direcţie generală

English → Russian - tenor

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с. тенор, направление, развитие, течение; смысл, общее содержание

English → Turkish - tenor

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s. tenor
i. tenor, gidiş, akış, eğilim, anlam, asıl suret, aslının aynı nüsha, vade, en tiz erkek sesi (tenor)

English → Ukrainian - tenor

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n. напрям, зміст, якість, тенор

German → English - tenor

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n. adult male singing voice between alto and bass; purport, meaning; character; course

Polish → English - tenor

n. tenor

Portuguese → English - tenor

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n. tenor

Romanian → English - tenor

n. tenor

Turkish → English - tenor

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n. adult male singing voice between alto and bass; purport, meaning; character; course
n. tenor, adult male singing voice between alto and bass

Dutch → English - tenor

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n. tenor

English → Dutch - tenor

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zn. geest, zin, inhoud, strekking, teneur; gang, loop, richting, verloop; tenorstem, tenor; altviool

English → Greek - tenor

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επίθ. οξύφωνος, υψίφωνος
ουσ. νόημα, πορεία, σκοπός, φύση, τένορος

German → Spanish - tenor

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n. tenor (m), contenido (m)

Spanish → French - tenor

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1. (curso natural) cours (m)
2. (significación) sens (m); substance (f)
3. (música) ténor (m)

Spanish → German - tenor

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n. tenor, wortlaut, inhalt

Spanish → Russian - tenor

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n. тенор

German → French - tenor

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n. teneur (f), voix de ténor (f), ténor (m)

German → Italian - tenor

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n. voce di tenore (f), dispositivo (m), tenore (m), testo (m)

German → Russian - tenor

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n. тенор (m)

German → Turkish - tenor

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i. tenor (m), tutum (m), akış (m), içerik (m)

Portuguese → French - tenor

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(música) ténor (m)

Turkish → French - tenor

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ténor [le]

Turkish → German - tenor

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n. Tenor

Turkish → Russian - tenor

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n. тенор (M)

Dutch → French - tenor

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(muziek) ténor (m)

English → Arabic - tenor

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‏إتجاه، مغزى، فحوى، مضمون‏
‏صدح‏

English → Chinese - tenor

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(名) 进程, 要旨, 路程

English → Chinese - tenor

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(名) 進程, 要旨, 路程

English → Hindi - tenor

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n. धारा, मुराद, विषय, आशय, सार, तत्त्व, नक़ल, प्रतिलिपि, ऊंची आवाज़, ऊंची आवाज़वाला

English → Japanese - tenor

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(名) 方針; 大意; テノール, アルトとバスの間の男性声質; テノール歌手; テナー楽器; 性格; 方向

English → Korean - tenor

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명. 남성의 고음, 여자의 소프라노에 해당하는 고음을 내는 남자가수; 취지, 대의; 행로; 특성

English → Vietnamese - tenor

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n. bản sao, nội dung bức thơ, kỳ hạn của ngân phiếu, giọng cao của đàn ông, tình trạng của công việc

German → Chinese - tenor

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[der]男高音。

Spanish → Korean - tenor

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n. 배치, 테너

Definition of tenor

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Noun
1. Musical part or section that holds or performs the main melody, as opposed to the contratenor bassus and contratenor altus, who perform countermelodies.
2. Duration; continuance; a state of holding on in a continuous course; general tendency; career.
3. Musical range or section higher than bass and lower than alto.
4. A person, instrument, or group that performs in the tenor higher than bass and lower than alto range.
5. Tone, as of a conversation.
6. The subject in a metaphor to which attributes are ascribed.
7. Time to maturity of a bond.
8. Stamp; character; nature.
9. An exact copy of a writing, set forth in the words and figures of it. It differs from purport, which is only the substance or general import of the instrument.
10. That course of thought which holds on through a discourse; the general drift or course of thought; purport; intent; meaning; understanding.
Adjective
11. Of or pertaining to the tenor part or range.
He has a tenor voice.
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