Translation of polyphonic in Spanish:


polifónico, adj.

Pronunciation /pɒlɪˈfɒnɪk//ˌpɑliˈfɑnɪk/


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    • It has a 40-voice polyphonic sound system for ringtones, and operates on GSM and GPRS networks.
    • The polyphonic sounds are for compatible Nokia, Ericsson, Motorola, NEC, Panasonic, Sharp and Siemens models and you need WAP to download them.
    • It didn't just have polyphonic sound, it had a colour screen, WAP, and was Java-enabled for downloadable games.
    • Attaining an ideal balance of voices in strictly polyphonic textures is one of the greatest challenges pianists face.
    • The way forward is to view texts as speaking with polyphonic voices and performing multiple speech actions.
    • This fissure is expressed by Glatshteyn's use of a polyphonic narrative style in which the autobiographical voice is muted while other voices predominate.
    • Sound quality is also excellent, with a three-voice polyphonic speaker, so the supplied ringtones sound great.
    • The phone has what's known as polyphonic sound, which means it has multiple ‘voices’ or tones.
    • It may be stranger and more sublime to hear a polyphonic impression of George Michael's voice than to listen to the real thing one more time.
    • From the reader's point of view, this translation looks like a polyphonic swirl of voices.
    • The polyphonic string sound is something of a phenomenon but what is it all about?
    • The Z600 supports 32-voice polyphonic ringtones and sounds.
    • The device contains 8MB of RAM, a greyscale screen and a 16-channel polyphonic sound system.
    • This is a very respectable, 64-voice polyphonic synth featuring four oscillators.
    • Meanings collide, conflict, merge, and diverge in the continuous multi-logic or polyphonic universe of the novel.
    • By taking up the idea of common sense as something that by definition cannot be fully grasped, Nesbit's book eludes interpretation as a polyphonic murmur of the multiple voices of history.
    • The polyphonic voices of the poem remind us at every turn that all of these larger issues concern a pervasive discomfort with the body.
    • And in a Bakhtinian mode, she uses, in her more recent writings, polyphonic voices intermingling as an interface that brings out various jostling ideologies from various levels of psyche and history.
    • Meanwhile, on the consumer side, MIDP now supports advanced phone features such as 3D graphics, sprites and polyphonic sound, reinforcing the technology's credentials as an emerging gaming platform.
    • Moreover, Bakhtin argues that in Dostoevsky's polyphonic novels the author is only an unprivileged voice taking part in his own internal dialogue, where his conflicting ideas are incarnated by various characters.