non avere orecchio
a musical or vocal sound with reference to its pitch, quality, and strength
(1763–98), Irish nationalist; full name Theobald Wolfe Tone. In 1794 he induced a French invasion of Ireland to overthrow English rule, which failed. Tone was captured by the British during the Irish insurrection in 1798 and committed suicide in prison
North American term for dialling tone.
feedback in a telephone receiver, in particular the reproduction of the user’s own voice
the movable arm supporting the pickup of a record player
(of a person) unable to perceive differences of musical pitch accurately
a piece of orchestral music, typically in one movement, on a descriptive or rhapsodic theme
a particular sequence of the twelve notes of the chromatic scale used as a basis for twelve-note (serial) music
another term for tone group.
having two different shades or colours
to be tone-deaf
ohne musikalisches Gehör
to be tone-deaf
de dos tonos
(of a fabric or design) dyed with or using different shades of the same colour
a rich warm color with a brownish hue
another term for timbre.
a group of words forming a distinctive unit in an utterance, containing a nucleus and optionally one or more other syllables before and after the nucleus
(of a telephone) having push-buttons and generating tones to dial rather than pulses
a touch-tone telephone
a sound produced by a telephone that indicates that a caller may start to dial
a sound indicating that a telephone line is engaged
North American term for subtonic.
half a semitone
a sound heard by a telephone caller when the number dialled is being rung
a dial tone interrupted by several short gaps, indicating the arrival of new voicemail messages to the user
another term for note cluster.
a method of telephone dialling in which each digit is represented by a particular combination of tones
a language in which variations in pitch distinguish different words