augmented

when a set of rhythmic values are lengthened; all values may be doubled, for instance. (Intervals may also be augmented, but this rarely happens in medieval music.) Antonym: diminished.
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augmented

[adj] - added to or made greater in amount or number or strength
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Augmented

an augmented chord is a major triad (1 3 5) with a raised fifth (i.e. 1 3 5#)
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augmented

adjective added to or made greater in amount or number or strength; `his augmented renown`; `a greatly augmented collection of books`
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Augmented

• (imp. & p. p.) of Augment
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Augmented

Augmented means raised, and when the term augmented is combined with a specific interval between notes, it means to raise the interval by a half-step. For example, an augmented fourth is a half-step larger than the interval of a perfect fourth.
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