vocal cords
Noun
  1. (chiefly, in the plural) Two folds of tissue located in the larynx that vibrate when air passes over them, producing the sound waves associated with talking and singing.
Translations
  • French: cordes vocales
  • German: Stimmbänder
  • Italian: corde vocali
  • Portuguese: cordas vocais
  • Russian: голосовы́е свя́зки
  • Spanish: cuerdas vocales



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