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Meanings of "musical" in Spanish English Dictionary : 21 result(s)

İngilizce İspanyolca
Common
musical musical [adj]
musical músico [adj]
musical musical [m]
General
musical tanda [f] AMER
musical lírico [adj]
musical parlero [adj]
musical musical [adj]
musical música [adj/f]
musical parlera [adj/f]
musical lírica [adj/f]
musical armónico [adj]
musical canoro (aves) [adj]
musical melodioso [adj]
musical canora (aves) [adj/f]
musical melodiosa [adj/f]
musical armónica [adj/f]
musical armonioso [adj]
musical armoniosa [adj/f]
musical aficionado a la música
musical con talento para la música [adj]
musical play (inglés) [m] US

Meanings of "musical" in English Spanish Dictionary : 10 result(s)

İspanyolca İngilizce
Common
musical [adj] musical
musical [m] musical
General
musical [adj] musical
musical [adj] harmonious
musical [adj] tunable
musical [adv] CU frivolously
musical [adv] CU passively
musical [adj] pertaining to music
Music
musical [adj] tonal
Cinema
musical [m] all singing film

Meanings of "musical" with other terms in English Spanish Dictionary : 305 result(s)

İngilizce İspanyolca
Common
plural of musical musicales [adj]
do (musical note) do [m]
musical number número [m]
plural of musical musicales [m/pl]
General
musical notation solfa [f]
a one-stringed musical instrument taramba [f]
a tree from philippines largely used in making cabinets and musical instruments nanjea [f]
an ancient musical instrument nabla [f]
light musical dramatic performance zarzuela [f]
method of singing musical compositions canturía [f]
mouthpiece of a musical instrument embocadura [f]
musical annotation solfa [f]
musical comedy zarzuela [f]
musical composition canturía [f]
musical drama ópera [f]
musical interlude tonadilla [f]
musical notation apuntación [f]
musical note figura [f]
musical scale mano [f]
piston of musical instruments llave [f]
player on a musical instrument tañedora [f]
tuning (of musical instruments) afinación [f]
emit a harsh sound (musical instrument) cerdear [v]
finger or pluck the keys or strings of a musical instrument herir [v]
play a musical instrument tañer [v]
raise the pitch of a musical instrument atiplar [v]
string musical instruments encordar [v]
take pins or pegs out of a musical instrument desenclavijar [v]
tune musical instruments acordar [v]
tune musical instruments concertar [v]
playing on a musical instrument tañente [adj] rare
relating to musical dramas zarzuelero [adj]
a one-string indian musical instrument quijongo [m] CR HN NI
an ancient musical instrument lituo [m]
festival (usually musical) festival [m]
guarani musical instrument consisting of a dry gourd in which some pebbles are placed maracá [m] SA
moorish musical trumpet añafil [m]
musical composition aire [m]
musical instrument (reed) rondador [m] EC
musical instrument resembling a large lute archilaúd [m]
musical instrument used by negroes güiro [m] ANT CR MX
musical instrument used by negroes calabazo [m] CU
musical part of a zarzuela cantable [m]
musical staff pentagrama [m]
player on a musical instrument tañedor [m]
poetical/musical measure número [m]
quick musical time compasillo [m]
romance (musical literary work) corrido [m] AND
rustic musical instrument used by negroes carramplón [m] CO
sign in musical notation alamirré [m] disused
string of a musical instrument nervio [m]
maker of musical or surgical instruments instrumentista [m/f]
writer or composer of musical dramas zarzuelista [m/f]
relating to musical dramas zarzuelera [adj/f]
musical overture obertura [f]
musical score partitura [f]
musical box caja de música [f]
musical comedy tonadilla [f]
musical comedy comedia musical [f]
in a musical way musicalmente [adv]
(on a guitar and other stringed musical instruments) piece opposite of the pegs where the strings are tied cola de pato [f] HN
a musical instrument ocarina [f]
first string of various musical instruments prima [f]
four-stringed panamanian musical instrument bocona [f] PA
kind of musical piece aria [f]
music of bomba musical genre bomba [f] PR
musical composition typical of the andean region, with an energetic rhythm, generally interpreted on a guitar cueca [f] BO CL AR UY
musical event involving one or more artists performing for a small audience descarga [f] CU
musical genre derived from jamaican reggae plena [f] PA rare
musical genre of african influence bomba [f] PR
musical genre similar to cumbia bailante [f] AR UY
musical group member or person who works in with mobile sound system marañona [f] SV
musical group that generally enlivens popular celebrations and masquerades cimarrona [f] CR
musical group that uses only the whistle and the drum banda de cueros [f] SV
musical instrument made of small gourd with seeds/rattles inside maraca [f]
musical piece performed by a military band bolera [f] BO
person who plays the clave (a musical instrument) clavera [f] CU
rudimentary musical instrument chicharra [f] MX
rustic musical instrument of cedar wood with four strings bocona [f] PA
samba-style musical group batucada [f] PR CL
simple, popular musical composition dedicated to a very specific recipient or purpose cantaleta [f] MX
student musical band estudiantina [f]
the performance of body rhythmic movements, generally in couples, in a musical piece or a series of them bailada [f] MX
the state of being musical musicalidad [f]
traditional dance accompanied by the musical composition of the same name cueca [f] AR UY
(musical note) to produce arrancar [v]
perform sporadically in musical shows chivear [v] PE
play in a musical show/performance descargar [v] CU
play the ayacastle musical instrument ayacastear [v] HN
strum a musical instrument, cavity, or wound hurguetear [v] CL
tune an musical instrument asolear [v] PA
belonging to the peruvian musical tradition developed on the coast since the beginning of the 20th century based on european music genres (music) criollo [adj] PE
tuned (musical instrument) afiatado [adj] UY
typical of the filin musical movement filin (inglés feeling) [adj] CU
typical of the filin musical movement (musical style) filinesco [adj] CU
a musical instrument baisié [m] DO
a musical instrument that consists of a small wooden fork on which two wires with metal plates are placed on each side, when moving, the plates emit a sound similar to those of rattles and maracas ayacaxtle [m] SV
a musical instrument that consists of a small wooden fork on which two wires with metal plates are placed on each side, when moving, the plates emit a sound similar to those of rattles and maracas ayacaste [m] MX HN
a short musical theme played in a radio broadcast to change the topic bache musical [m] SV
an afro-cuban musical genre son [m]
do [musical note] do [m]
flash mob with musical instruments rancheo [m] BO:W
great popular success of a musical composition or other artistic or literary work hitazo (inglés hit) [m] MX GT SV NI
güiro (musical instrument) calabazo [m] CU
horn used as a musical instrument and as a warning horn cacho [m] NI DO VE
kind of musical instrument instrumento de cuerda [m]
kind of musical instrument instrumento de viento [m]
kind of musical instrument aerófono [m]
lack of ability to correctly perceive and reproduce musical sounds oído de tarro [m] CL
lack of ability to correctly perceive and reproduce musical sounds oído de tarro [m] CL
musical accompaniment in which percussion instruments are played rhythmically cajoneo [m] PE
musical chairs juego de las sillas (game) [m]
musical competition in which two singers compete by alternating verses and accompanied by the joropo llanero rhythm contrapunto [m] CO VE
musical composition played by a band in parties organized by priostes acompañamiento [m] EC
musical composition with romantic lyrics corrido [m] NI CL UY
musical composition with romantic lyrics, accompanied by harp or guitar, cuatro, and maracas corrido [m] CO:E VE UY
musical device composed of a turntable and a radio in one piece with integrated speakers combinado [m] AR UY rare
musical group member or person who works in with mobile sound system marañón [m] SV
musical group specialized in playing songs and music typical of the bolivian plains buri [m] BO:E
musical instrument composed of a small wooden fork, two wires with metal plates are placed on each side, when moved the plates make a sound like a rattle or maracas ayacastle [m] MX
musical instrument made with the shell of certain species of giant sea snails, used for enlivening festivities and organizing public demonstrations churo [m] EC
musical movement originating in the middle of the 20th century that is characterized by emotional songs played on guitar filin (inglés feeling) [m] CU
musical piece played by military bands at religious processions or important burials bolera [m] BO
person who plays the clave (a musical instrument) clavero [m] CU
representative of the filin, musical movement filinero [m] CU
round musical instrument made of flattened metallic bottle tops, used during traditional bolivian festivities chullu-chullu [m] BO
singing of three notes accompanied by cajas musical instruments joi joi [m] AR:Nw
sol [musical note] sol [m]
sound imitating the music played by a cimarrona, musical group farafarachín [m] CR
surprise visit to a house during the carnaval holidays with musical instruments in order to dance and sing asalto [m] UY
surprise visit to a house during the christmas holidays with musical instruments in order to dance and sing asalto [m] CU PR
member of the protestant church who sings (occasionally accompanied by musical instruments) aleluya [m/f] derog. CR PA PR GT HN SV
someone that plays a musical instrument instrumentista [m/f]
inspired musical composition buena letra [loc/nom] PA
a musical instrument armónica de cristal
kind of musical note nota de la tolerancia
musical chairs (game) sillas musicales
musical chairs (game) baile de las sillas AR
musical chairs (game) sillita musical
musical instrument instrumento musical
musical notation notación musical
musical score partitura musical
Idioms
play musical chairs cambiar a las personas (de puesto de trabajo/lugar) [v]
accompany someone on a musical instrument acompañar a alguien con un instrumento musical
Colloquial
musical number played and danced to with great enthusiasm at the end of a party cacharpaya [f] BO:W,S
end a party by dancing the cacharpaya musical piece cacharpayar [v] BO:W,S
improvise parts of a musical piece florear [v] CU
strum a musical instrument charrasquear [v]
lack of ability to correctly perceive and reproduce musical sounds oído de latonero [m] CO:Ne
musical composition with romantic lyrics, that praises criminal behavior corrido prohibido [m] CO
musical group that plays popular rhythms combo (inglesa) [m] SV CR PA CU DO PR CO VE BO
musical instrument güiro [m]
popular musical composition that narrates stories of drug trafficking and exalting it narcocorrido [m] MX HN SV EC
sporadic performance in musical shows chivo [m] PE
Speaking
can you play a musical instrument? ¿sabes tocar algún instrumento musical?
can you play a musical instrument? ¿eres capaz de tocar algún instrumento musical?
Politics
musical recording and publishing enterprise empresa de grabaciones y emisiones musicales CU
Education
musical achievement rendimiento musical
Computer
musical instrument digital interface (midi) interfaz digital de instrumento musical (midi)
Electricity
musical scale escala musical
Electrics/Electronics
musical scale escala musical
Electronics
electronic musical instrument instrumento musical electrónico
Engineering
musical frequency audiofrecuencia [f]
musical pitch audiofrecuencia [f]
musical cushion relleno musical de cola
musical echo eco musical
musical frequency frecuencia musical
musical frequency magnet imán de audiofrecuencia
musical instrument digital interface interfaz digital para instrumentos musicales
musical level nivel musical
musical quality calidad musical
musical scale escala musical
musical spark gap explosor musical
Informatics
digital musical instrument instrumento musical digital [m]
musical instrument digital interface interfaz digital de instrumento musical
Physics
musical interval intervalo de música [m]
Ornithology
type of ratchet musical instrument carrasca [f] CO
Acoustics
musical scale escala musical [f]
musical interval intervalo de música [m]
musical scale escala musical
musical scale mussel bed
Medicine
musical agraphia agrafia musical
musical alexia alexia musical
musical murmur soplo musical
Psychology
musical ability habilidad musical
musical alexia alexia musical
musical intelligence inteligencia musical
musical therapy terapia musical
Rehabilitation
musical agnosia agnosia musical
musical agraphia agrafia musical
musical alexia alexia musical
musical apraxia apraxia musical
musical auditory hallucination alucinación auditiva musical
Technical
musical instrument instrumento musical [m]
Aeronautics
musical echo eco periódico múltiple
musical frequency frecuencia audible
musical pitch frecuencia audible
Music
brief musical fragment that is played to introduce or end different sections of a tv show during a festival fanfarria [f] GT DO PR VE EC CL
flute-like musical instrument chobena [f] BO:E
guachara musical instrument guáchara [f] PA
guaracha musical instrument guaracha [f] PA
guiro musical instrument gredá [f] HN
lively musical composition with a two by four rhythm chobena [f] BO:E
musical instrument gayumba [f] DO
musical instrument like a bow caramba [f] HN SV
musical instrument made from a horse's jaw charrasca [f] SV
musical note nota [f]
musical rhythm similar to marimba, from guatemala guarimba [f] GT
musical wind instrument dulzaina [f]
stick or tines for playing the güiro musical instrument horquilla [f] PR
ten-string rustic musical instrument used to accompany four-line stanzas guitarrila [f] BO
traditional and popular musical instrument of african origin gallumba [f] DO
adapt lyrics and music from one musical rhythm to another fusilar [v] DO
divide a musical composition into bars compasar [v]
play chinchin, a musical instrument consisting of a drum and two cymbals chinchinear [v] CL
a musical composition for two performers dúo [m]
a musical composition for two performers dueto [m]
a musical instrument banjo [m]
a musical instrument in the brass family trombón [m]
a musical instrument of the woodwind family saxófono [m]
a musical instrument of the woodwind family saxofón [m]
castanets (musical instrument) crótalo [m] HN
dancing musical composition that mixes different musical elements among which the conga stands out mozambique [m] CU
guiro musical instrument huiro [m] MX PE
hollow gourd percussion musical instrument carracho [m] PR
jaguar-caller musical instrument llamador de tigre [m] HN
lively musical rhythm from eastern bolivia carnaval [m] BO:E
musical group playing the balsié, güiro, and tambora percussion instruments pri pri [m] DO
musical instrument composed of a small wooden fork, two wires with metal plates are placed on each side, when moved the plates make a sound like a rattle or maracas chinchín [m] HN
musical instrument composed of a small wooden fork, two wires with metal plates are placed on each side, when moved the plates make a sound like a rattle or maracas chilchil [m] HN
musical instrument consisting of a drum and cymbals that the musician carries on his back and makes it work with his feet while dancing to the music chinchín [m] CL
musical instrument consisting of the dried and seedless fruit of the güiro bottle gourd or calabash güiro [m] MX HN SV NI CR PA CU DO PR CO VE PE
musical instrument consisting of the dried and seedless fruit of the güiro bottle gourd or calabash and with a series of slots that are rasped to produce a sound güícharo [m] PR
musical instrument similar to a guitar but smaller cinco [m] VE
musical instrument string and bow, larger and with a deeper sound than the cello, that is usually played standing and resting on the ground guitarrón [m] MX HN NI
musical instrument with four strings, similar to the guitar but smaller, that is played or more commonly strummed to accompany folk or popular compositions cuatro [m] MX CO VE BO
musical instrument with four strings, similar to the guitar but smaller, that is played or more commonly strummed to accompany folk or popular compositions cuatro [m] PR
musical percussion instrument composed of four or more bamboo tubes of different sizes and diameters, played between three or four people quitiplás [m] VE
musical string instrument similar to a harp, with a resonance box similar to that of a guitar guitarpín [m] CL
one-string indigenous musical instrument quijongo [m] HN NI CR
popular musical composition, typical of the llano, with the rhythm of the joropo and couplets that allude to the american kestrel gavilán [m] CO:E VE
round musical instrument made of flattened metallic bottle tops, used during traditional bolivian festivities chullu-chullu [m] BO
round musical instrument made of flattened metallic bottle tops, used during traditional bolivian festivities chulluchullu [m] BO
round musical instrument made of flattened metallic bottle tops, used during traditional bolivian festivities chulluchullu [m] BO
time/space between two bars upon the musical stave compás [m]
musical piece with a popular rhythm and lyrics charrango [m/pl] HN
musical acoustics acústica musical
musical background fondo musical
musical bell campana musical
musical echo eco musical
musical frequency frecuencia audible
musical frequency frecuencia musical
musical instrument instrumento musical
musical instrument digital interface interfaz digital para instrumentos musicales
musical interval intervalo musical
musical level nivel musical
musical note nota de paso
musical note nota musical
musical paleography paleografía musical
musical phonology fonología musical
musical pitch frecuencia audible
musical program programa musical
musical quality calidad musical
musical recording disco musical
musical scale escala musical
musical sequence secuencia musical
musical sound sonido musical
musical spark gap explosor musical
musical technology tecnología musical
musical tone tono musical
musical tone sonido musical
Cinema
musical selection selección musical
Sports
keys of musical instrument teclas de instrumento musical
Folklore
dance to accompany this musical piece danza [f] DO PR
danceable musical piece originally involving a repeated phrase in 8th notes called paseo and two parts of more than 8th or 16th time repeated danza [f] DO PR
decorated truck from which a musical band enlivens popular festivities in quito chiva quiteña [f] EC
festive musical composition in a two-four time chovena [f] BO:E
folk musical composition with a slow rhythm and nostalgic tone, played on guitar milonga [f] NI AR UY
mejoranera stringed musical instrument mejorana [f] PA
mejoranera stringed musical instrument mejoranera [f] PA
musical composition that accompanies this dance mohoseñada [f] BO
musical composition to accompany this dance moseñada [f] BO:W
musical composition typical of paraguayan folk with a slow and melodic rhythm guarania [f] PY
musical composition with a lively and happy rhythm that accompanies this dance llamerada [f] BO:C,W
musical instrument similar to a bagpipe, but smaller paya [f] EC
musical piece from venezuelan folklore which belongs to the joropo genre it has a fast rhythm and can be danced and sang chipola [f] VE
popular musical composition played on guitar and accompanied by octosyllablic verses milonga campera [f] AR
popular musical composition played on guitar and accompanied by octosyllablic verses milonga sureña [f] AR
popular musical composition played on guitar and accompanied by octosyllablic verses milonga surera [f] AR
rhythmical and merry folk dance performed to the rhythm of the chobena, similar to the taquirari musical rhythm chovena [f] BO:E
relating to the charango musical instrument charanguero [adj] CL
relating to the mejoranera stringed musical instrument mejoranero [adj] PA
carnival parade in which costumed children dance through the streets accompanied by musical bands corso infantil [m] PA BO UY
charango musical instrument charango [m] MX SV CO EC PE BO CL AR
musical composition accompanying this dance negrito [m] PE:C BO:C,W
musical composition accompanying this dance and played on reeds and horns loncomeo [m] AR:Sw
musical composition sung and danced accompanied by a harp, cuatro, and maracas joropo [m] CO VE
musical composition to a slow and happy rhythm accompanying this dance pujllay [m] BO:C,W
musical composition with a lively and happy rhythm that accompanies this dance llamero [m] BO:W
musical composition with a lively rhythm played at a three by four beat, and generally interpreted on guitar and accordion or harmonica, very popular in towns in the northeast of argentina, particularly in corrientes chamamé [m] PY AR
musical genre derived from this dance danzonete [m] CU
musical instrument consisting of a bamboo tube with hard seeds in it chucho [m] EC
popular musical composition for guitar and singing, with an evocative character and melancholic spirit estilo [m] AR UY
three by four musical composition with dancing pasillo [m] PA CO VE EC PE
traditional musical composition with a slow rhythm, generally about love and interpreted with harp, lyre, and maracas pasaje [m] VE