tenor


tenor
m.
1 tenor (Music).
2 tone (estilo).
a este tenor in the same vein (de la misma manera)
3 nature, strain, tenor.
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tenor
nombre masculino
1 MÚSICA tenor
2 (conforme) tenor, purport
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FRASEOLOGÍA
a este tenor like this
a tenor likewise
a tenor de according to
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I
SM (Mús) tenor
II
SM (=sentido) meaning, sense

el tenor de esta declaración — the tenor of this statement

a este tenor — in this fashion, like this

del siguiente tenor — as follows

a tenor de — (=según) according to; (Jur) in accordance with

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masculino
1) (Mús) tenor
2) (de discurso, texto) meaning

tenor literal — literal meaning

el tenor de sus declaraciones — the tone of his statement

a tenor de — according to

* * *
= tenor.
Ex. My second point may be a slightly tangential, but I hope it is a concrete reaction to the general tenor of Mr. Lubetzky's remarks and the general subject posed.
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* a tenor de = in light of, in the face of, in the light of, in view of.
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masculino
1) (Mús) tenor
2) (de discurso, texto) meaning

tenor literal — literal meaning

el tenor de sus declaraciones — the tone of his statement

a tenor de — according to

* * *
= tenor.

Ex: My second point may be a slightly tangential, but I hope it is a concrete reaction to the general tenor of Mr. Lubetzky's remarks and the general subject posed.

* a tenor de = in light of, in the face of, in the light of, in view of.

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tenor
masculine
A (Mús) (cantante) tenor
tiene voz de tenor he is a tenor, he sings tenor
B
(de un discurso, texto): a juzgar por el tenor de sus declaraciones judging by the tone o (frml) tenor of his statement
se distribuyen al siguiente tenor they are distributed as follows
a tenor de los datos disponibles according to the available information
a tenor de las fotografías judging by the photographs
a tenor de lo establecido en el artículo primero in accordance with the stipulations of article one
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tenor sustantivo masculino (Mús) tenor
tenor sustantivo masculino
1 Mús tenor
2 (contenido literal de una carta, etc) contents pl
♦ Locuciones: a/de este tenor, in a similar way
a tenor de, according to
'tenor' also found in these entries:
English:
tenor
- effect
- performance
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tenor1 Mús
adj
tenor;
saxo tenor tenor sax
nm
tenor
tenor2 Formal
nm
[estilo] tone;
el tenor de su discurso fue relajado his speech was relaxed in tone;
profirió insultos como éste y otros de parecido tenor he uttered insults like this and others in a similar vein;
a este tenor [de la misma manera] in the same vein
a tenor de loc prep
[a juzgar por] judging by; Der [de acuerdo con] in accordance with;
a tenor de lo visto en el campo, el resultado es justo judging by what we've just seen on the field o Br pitch, it's a fair result;
a tenor de sus declaraciones judging by his statements;
a tenor de lo dispuesto en el artículo III in accordance with the provisions of Article 3
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tenor
m MÚS tenor;
a tenor de along the lines of
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tenor nm
1) : tenor
2) : tone, sense
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tenor n tenor

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