descant - транскрипция, произношение и перевод онлайн

Транскрипция и произношение слова "descant" в британском и американском вариантах. Подробный перевод и примеры.

descant / дискант, длинное рассуждение, песня
[ˈdes.kænt]
[ˈdes.kænt]
Перевод
имя существительное
дискант
treble, soprano, descant
длинное рассуждение
descant
песня
song, canto, chanson, glee, air, descant
глагол
распевать
troll, descant
петь
sing, chant, tune, warble, pipe, descant
рассуждать
reason, discourse, hold forth, dissertate, dissert, descant
Определения
имя существительное
an independent treble melody usually sung or played above a basic melody.
Jacques told me that everyone was in such awe when I sang it, no one would sing the descant while I was at college.
глагол
talk tediously or at length.
I have descanted on this subject before
Примеры
When he has begun to descant on a subject which interests his morbid feelings, he knows not when to pass to another.
In some hymnals a descant is provided for the refrain.
A soaring girl soprano descant adds another heavenly layer to the already rich texture.
I had been going to mark the 1000th posting here with a descant on futility and failure, as is traditional on New Year's Eve.
Jacques told me that everyone was in such awe when I sang it, no one would sing the descant while I was at college.
These wonderful letters are a descant to the two recent major biographies.
It was an enjoyable evening but the danger of where we seem to be going kept reasserting itself like a descant to the pleasant sound of casual conversation.
The song is presented in three arrangements - in three parts with descant, in one part with a descant and in three parts without a descant and there is also a recording of the instrumental backing without singers.
It is a pleasure to hear my refugee patients descant on that great historical achievement.
Intoxicated with the idea, she ran through many a melodious descant , till, touching on the first strains of 'Thusa ha measg na reultan mor', she saw Wallace start from his contemplative position, and with a pale countenance leave the room.