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English-German translation for: [notes]
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Dictionary English German: [notes]

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English German
tripping {adj} [notes]
to log sth. [make notes]
etw. aufzeichnen [Buch führen, sich aufschreiben]
ling. mus. cadence [sequence of notes or chords; fall in pitch of the voice (at the end of a sentence phrase)]
Kadenz {f} [Harmonielehre: Akkordfolge, Schlussphrase; Linguistik: das Abfallen der Stimme (am Ende eines Satzes oder Satzglieds)]
mus. crush [on a keyboard instrument, two notes, a semitone apart, played simultaneously]
Zusammenschlag {m} [Acciaccatura]
mus. [notes belonging to the contra octave]Kontratöne {pl}
mus. [notes, that when played together, produce a concord]Concordanten {pl} [veraltet]
mus. [the notes that end a trill]Nachschlag {m}
fin. Cocos {pl} [short for: contingent convertible bonds / notes]Coco-Bonds {pl} [bedingte Pflichtwandelanleihen]
mus. interval [relationship between two notes]Tonabstand {m}
2 Words
to refer to sth. [notes, book etc.]in etw.Dat. nachsehen [in Buch, Manuskript etc.]
mus. BACH motif [succession of notes in German musical nomenclature forming Johann Sebastian Bach's family name](Motiv) B-A-C-H {n} [Tonfolge, die den Familiennamen Johann Sebastian Bachs umsetzt]
curr. fin. exchange rate [cash exchange rate, i.e. notes and coins]Sortenkurs {m}
mus. liner note [Am.] [rare for: liner notes]Covertext {m}
3 Words
mus. in small type {adv} [e.g. accidentals, notes]in Kleinstich [z. B. Akzidentien, Noten]
to keep track of sth. [idiom] [by taking notes]über etw.Akk. Aufzeichnungen machen
to look at / through sth. [documents, notes, etc.]etw. einsehen [Akten, Notizen usw.]
mus. combination tone / note [3rd resultant tone from playing 2 notes]Kombinationston {m}
piece of paper [e.g. to jot down notes]Fresszettel {m} [ugs.] [bes. alemannisch, schweiz.] [Merk-, Schmierzettel]
Fiction (Literature and Film)
lit. F The House of the Dead [also: Memoirs from the House of The Dead / Notes from the Dead House / Fyodor Dostoevsky]Aufzeichnungen aus einem Totenhaus [Fjodor Dostojewski]
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