an interval greater than a major sixth by a chromatic half step.
any of various chords having this as the characteristic interval.
- Augmented transition network
noun (in certain schools of linguistics) a formalism, usually expressed as a diagram, having the power of a Turing machine, used as the basis of processes transforming sentences into their syntactic representations ATN
a person or thing that augments. Aviation, Rocketry. any auxiliary device, as an afterburner, for additional thrust from the exhaust of a jet or rocket engine. Historical Examples In the sinister chief, a crescent denoted his filiation; underneath was the motto “augmenter.” Traditions of Lancashire, Volume 1 (of 2) John Roby Men have placed Agni […]
to make larger; enlarge in size, number, strength, or extent; increase: His salary is augmented by a small inheritance. Music. to raise (the upper note of an interval or chord) by a half step. to double the note values of (a theme): In the fugue’s development the subject is augmented. Grammar. to add an augment […]
- Auf wiedersehen
until we meet again; goodbye for the present. Historical Examples “auf Wiedersehen, good-night, good-night,” and she held open the door. Two Royal Foes Eva Madden When we separated, he said, “auf Wiedersehen in Sheekago in ’93.” Tramping with Tramps Josiah Flynt “auf Wiedersehen, my friend,” and she held out to him both her hands. Gold, […]