harmonic

英 [hɑː'mɒnɪk] 美 [hɑr'mɑnɪk]
  • adj. 和声的;谐和的;音乐般的
  • n. [物] 谐波;和声
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harmonic 和声的

来自harmony,和谐,和声。

harmonic (adj.)
1560s, "relating to music," from Latin harmonicus, from Greek harmonikos "harmonic, musical, skilled in music," from harmonia (see harmony). From 1660s as "tuneful, harmonious; relating to harmony" (earlier as armonical "tuneful, harmonious," c. 1500). The noun, short for harmionic tone, is recorded from 1777. Related: Harmonically.
1. I had been looking for ways to combine harmonic and rhythmic struc-tures.
我过去一直在寻找将和声和节奏结合起来的方法。

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2. I had been looking for ways to combine harmonic and rhythmic structures.
我过去一直在寻找将和声和节奏结合起来的方法。

来自辞典例句

3. Thus far we have negative frictional effects in the harmonic oscillator.
到现在为止,我们一直没有考虑谐振子中的摩擦效应.

来自辞典例句

4. No atom behaves precisely like a classical harmonic oscillator.
任何一个原子的性能都不会同经典谐振子完全相同.

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5. Thus a smaller membrane gives off a higher first harmonic.
较小的膜发出较高的第一陪音.

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