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GAanacrúis bain2
gu anacrúise
nóta(í) roimh an mbuille anuas i bhfrása ceoil (CT)
unstressed note(s) preceding the downbeat in musical phrase (CT)
GAarmóin bain2
gu armóine, iol armóiní
na cineálacha éagsúla cordaí agus na slite ina bhfuil siad gaolmhar (CT)
the various types of chords as well as the ways in which they relate to each other (CT)
GAarmónaic bain2
gu armónaice
gnéithe den acústaic a bhaineann leis an gceol (CT)
aspects of acoustics relating to music (CT)
GAbíoma fir4 príomhúil
ai bíomaí príomhúla
ENprimary beam s
pl primary beams
sa bhíomáil chleitithe, an príomhbhíoma cothrománach a ndruideann na bíomaí claonta leis (CT)
in feathered beaming, the principal horizontal beam towards which other sloping beams converge (CT)
GAbíoma fir4 tánaisteach
ai bíomaí tánaisteacha
sa bhíomáil chleitithe, líne throm dhubh chlaonta a bhuaileann leis an bpríomhbhíoma cothrománach (CT)
in feathered beaming, a sloping heavy dark line which converges onto the primary horizontal beam (CT)
GAborradh fir
gu borrtha
(crescendo á leanúint ag diminuendo)
ENswell s
(crescendo followed by diminuendo)
GAbrac fir1
gu braic, iol bracanna
ENbracket s
pl brackets
líne ingearach ar an scór chun grúpaí uirlisí agus/nó guthanna a nascadh (CT)
vertical line on score, tying instrument /vocal groups together (CT)
GAcanóin bain3
gu canóna, iol canónacha
ENcanon s
dréacht ceoil ina gcanann (nó ina seinneann) guthanna difriúla an ceol céanna i nglanaithris, ceann i ndiaidh a chéile, ar an tuinairde chéanna nó ar thuinairde dhifriúil (CT)
musical composition in which different voices sing (or play) the same music in strict imitation one after the other, at the same pitch or at a different pitch (CT)
GAcéadú fir
gu céadaithe
ENcent s
idirchéim bhídeach arb ionann í agus an 100ú cuid de leath-thon nó an 1200ú cuid d'ochtach (CT)
tiny interval, equivalent to the 100th part of a semitone, or 1200th part of an octave (CT)
GAclogaireacht bain3
gu clogaireachta
fonn a sheinntear ar fhoireann clog (CT)
melody played on a set of bells (CT)
GAcomhlánú fir
gu comhlánaithe, iol comhlánuithe
Ríomhairí, Ríomheolaíocht Uimhir is féidir a dhíorthú ó uimhir shonraithe, trína dealú ó uimhir shonraithe eile; mar shampla, sa nodaireacht bhonnuimhreacha, is féidir cumhacht áirithe den bhonnuimhir, nó cumhacht áirithe den bhonnuimhir lúide a haon, a thabhairt don dara huimhir shonraithe.
Computers, Computer Science A number that can be derived from a specified number by subtracting it from a second specified number; for example, in radix notation, the second specified number may be a given power of the radix or one less than a given power of the radix. The negative of a number is often represented by its complement.
Ceol » Cumadóireacht & Teoiric an Cheoil » Idirchéimeanna Ceoil Uimhir is féidir a dhíorthú ó uimhir shonraithe, trína dealú ó uimhir shonraithe eile; mar shampla, sa nodaireacht bhonnuimhreacha, is féidir cumhacht áirithe den bhonnuimhir, nó cumhacht áirithe den bhonnuimhir lúide a haon, a thabhairt don dara huimhir shonraithe.
Music » Music Theory & Composition » Music Intervals A number that can be derived from a specified number by subtracting it from a second specified number; for example, in radix notation, the second specified number may be a given power of the radix or one less than a given power of the radix. The negative of a number is often represented by its complement.
Matamaitic » Loighic & Tacartheoiric Uimhir is féidir a dhíorthú ó uimhir shonraithe, trína dealú ó uimhir shonraithe eile; mar shampla, sa nodaireacht bhonnuimhreacha, is féidir cumhacht áirithe den bhonnuimhir, nó cumhacht áirithe den bhonnuimhir lúide a haon, a thabhairt don dara huimhir shonraithe.
Mathematics » Logic & Set Theory A number that can be derived from a specified number by subtracting it from a second specified number; for example, in radix notation, the second specified number may be a given power of the radix or one less than a given power of the radix. The negative of a number is often represented by its complement.
comhlánú tacair
complement of a set
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