What is the main sound

Main tone (German)

Part of speech: noun, (male)

Hyphenation:
Main | tone, Plural: Main | tones
Pronunciation / Stress:
IPA: [ˈhaʊ̯ptˌtoːn], Plural: [ˈHaʊ̯ptˌtøːnə]
Word meaning / definition:
1) in general: most important expressiveness, meaning among several
2) Linguistics: the most stressed point in a complex word
Origin of the term:
Derivation to volume with the prefixoidHead-
Synonyms:
2) Main accent, strong tone
Opposite words:
2) secondary tone
General terms:
1) statement
2) accent / tone
Application examples:
1) In this group, Peter gives the Main tone at.
2) “When composing two nouns, the tone syllable of the simplex in the first noun has the Head-, the tone syllable of the simplex with the second noun the minorvolume: Mórgengàbe, Hóchzeitsgeschènk, Schnéiderìn. "
Typical word combinations:
1) specify the main tone
Derived words:
2) main tone
Cases:
Nominative: singular the main tone; Plural the main tones
Genitive: singular of the main tone (s); Plural of the main tones
Dative: singular the main tone (s); Plural the main tones
Accusative: singular the main tone; Plural the main tones

Translations

  • English: 2) primary stress
  • French: 2) accent principal

Dictionary entries

Entries from our dictionary containing "main tone":

volume: Whispering tone, conversational tone, undertone, intermediate tone 5) Main tone, secondary tone original tone, original tone, original tone Application examples: 1) The pianist played another tone

noise: ... compare it. all poor, literally "to arms". The initial [a)] fell out before the strong main tone. Synonyms: 1) Noise, rumble, noise, roar, noise ...

suggestion: Music Decoration in which one or more notes are played before the main note Origin of the term: Middle High German vürslac "first strike, fortification, encircling siege, calculation as a template", meaning "advice" 16

Secondary tone:… 1) in general: additional meaning of a statement 2) linguistics: compared to the main tone, a syllable is less pronounced in a complex word.

Main accent: Heavy weight 2) Main tone, strong tone Opposite words: 2) Secondary accent Overarching terms: 1) Statement 2) Accent / tone Examples of use: 1) During the consultations, the main emphasis was naturally on the aspect of financial feasibility


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