In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1to play/sing in unison — tocar/cantar al unísono
- to act in unison — obrar de forma conjunta / al unísono
- our views are in unison with theirs — nuestras opiniones concuerdan con las suyas
- The bold opening of the Concerto on fortissimo wind in unison brings thrilling attack, leading to a very approachable work built on sharply rhythmic, often angular material.
- They punched the air and shouted in unison to the speeches of their leaders.
- But seeing them dance and performing in unison, not a step out of place, makes one believe that they can hear the music in their head.
- His voice echoed in unison with the harsh winds whipping snow in their faces.
- As a corollary to their sequestration, the sisters have developed a kind of incantatory and interchangeable speech, often speaking in unison.
- Even Clive was asleep by now; snoring in unison with Landon.
- There was no agreement to lie in unison, or otherwise.
- John smirked knowingly as his compatriots gasped in unison.
- However the rousing spectacle of so many dancers performing heroic choreography in unison should not be missed, even if it does not bear repeated viewing.
- The wrists didn't move much but his students simultaneously snapped skyward in unison.
- When these elements are working in unison, they can provide maximum performance, efficiency and roof life.
- Two voices chorused as the sound of two hands hit in perfect unison.
- The horse leapt out of the stable doors, kicking them open in unison with the thunder.
- Soon she heard Dorset's determined footsteps return in unison with another.
- The knocking returned in unison with the whip-like sound.
- When all five participants take in a deep breath, and particularly when that action is performed in unison, the lifting procedure is much easier.
- The silver frame, black Enhancer and black fillet work in unison to balance with the colors in the art and add drama to the completed design.
- ‘You rock, Reid,’ Ben and Josh said almost in unison, patting him on the back simultaneously.
- The two supporting lengths of parallel pipe swerve in unison from the back until the top pipe rears up and curves back over the sails that it also apparently is bracing.
- Rather than heckling and preventing the speakers from talking, they held up the signs in unison to show their agreement or disagreement.
- These three management functions must work in unison to ensure consistent direction.
- The horn section of the RAAF Central Band blow in unison during the first concert of the Tour de Force II Tour.
- As is common in all combat sports in Thailand, the crowd roared in unison with every punch the local fighter threw, regardless of whether it landed or not.
- Note that the cymbals are played in unison with four other types of instruments.
- Let us join in chorus, just this once, harmonised or in unison, for I care not, and state our position for all Infinity to know and comprehend.
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