Traducción de jarring en Español:


discordante, adj.

Pronunciación /ˈdʒɑrɪŋ//ˈdʒɑːrɪŋ/


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    (sound) discordante
    jarring colors colores que desentonan
    • a jarring note una nota discordante
    • Opponents say it would have a jarring effect on the skyline.
    • We are ready to concede that life is the only jarring note in this otherwise perfect symphony of matter.
    • There are a couple of jarring notes.
    • A very fine soundtrack shifts from a winsome romanticism in the early moments to the jarring untuned piano notes in the latter fraught stages.
    • Occasionally, the text makes jarring jumps from one subject to another without smooth transitions.
    • It is a jarring shift from the fluff I post about to an issue of deadly seriousness.
    • Although there are a couple of jarring transitions, the bulk of the movie unfolds with organic clarity.
    • Jarring images bled into each other the way the realities of unjust political situations always do.
    • My classmate had such a gift for asking jarring questions out of the blue.
    • Exhibits are dimmed whilst fantastically big projections of rarely seen war photographs cover the jarring, angular interior walls.
    • That is a more viable option to pass time than to watch this jarring take on a surge of youthful passion.
    • Apple trees serve as posts for a construction which presents a jarring contrast to the organic forms of the meadow.
    • Their subject matter, though, makes for a jarring and unsettling experience.
    • The juxtaposition makes the variation in quality all the more jarring.
    • The most jarring element of the disc, however, has to be the director's choices.
    • They basically cut out an entire scene from one episode in a really jarring manner.
    • His outburst blaming the vandals on the estate for frightening his wife to death, was a jarring moment of realism.
    • The rather jarring songwriting style is noteworthy more for its ambience than its catchiness.
    • More serious is the way the last half-hour seems to lose pace, then comes to a sudden, jarring halt.
    • Only ears attuned to the metre will hear it, but the shock of recognition is matched by a jarring discord.