Translation of campanology in Spanish:


campanología, n.

Pronunciation /ˌkæmpəˈnɑlədʒi/ /ˌkampəˈnɒlədʒi/


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    campanología feminine
    • Thus was he able to perceive connections between such seemingly disparate aspects of music as plainsong, electronics, extended piano techniques and campanology.
    • Think of the etiquette of gambling casinos on display in the James Bond series or the erudition about everything from campanology to advertising agencies in Dorothy Sayers's Peter Wimsey books.
    • Gissing refers to Haweis's work on campanology in a letter to his brother William on 26 February 1880.
    • As well as symphonies he wrote books on astronomy and campanology.
    • He enjoyed several sports, skiing, and horse riding as well as campanology.