What is the Meaning of: Cacophony | Concept and Definition of: Cacophony

Meanings, definitions, concepts of daily use
The cacophony is a dissonance that results from the inharmonieuse combination of acoustic elements of one or more words. According the language French computerized treasure, this term is borrowed from the Greek, composed of kako (bad) and voice (voice), and which means "voice or unpleasant sound" or still "sounding that hurts the ear.
In other words, the cacophony is an unpleasant sound effect which occurs because of sounds or syllables close pronouncing the same way in one or more words that occur in the same discourse.
The cacophony is a popular method of teachers, especially when students are young children who learn to articulate properly. This exercise proves practical and entertaining both under the tongue twisters (word games). In these cases, the cacophonous expressions are used as exercise to achieve an agile pronunciation. For example: "are the socks of the Archduchess, archi-dry or dry? ''
Here are some other tongue twisters where the presence of cacophonies is remarkable:
A Hunter knowing chase her cat without his hunting dog is a good Hunter.
As a Hunter knowing hunt on its stilts know hunt without its hunting dog!
A Hunter knowing hunt hunting never without his dog.
A Hunter knowing hunt without his dog, it is hunting also, know this!
If ton tonton tond ton tonton, ton mowing tonton will be.
Eat your tuna tonton and tond ton tonton!
Often, the tongue twisters are built to bring the drive to unintentionally say nonsense when he pronounces them several times on and at a certain speed.
Furthermore, cacophony refers to the unpleasant effect from the ear produced either by the sound played by instruments or voices that sing without harmony or even false.
The antonym of cacophony is euphony, i.e., the pleasant acoustic effect produced by the set of sounds in a word or phrase.
Note: This translation is provided for educational purposes and may contain errors or be inaccurate.

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