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duet

noun [C] uk   /djuˈet/ us    /duː-/
a song or other piece of music sung or played by two people
Translations of “duet”
in Korean 이중주…
in Arabic لَحْن يُؤَدّى بِشَكْل ثُنائي…
in French duo…
in Turkish iki kişinin çalıp söylediği parça, düet…
in Italian duetto…
in Chinese (Traditional) 二重唱(曲),二重奏(曲)…
in Russian дуэт…
in Polish duet…
in Spanish dúo…
in Portuguese dueto…
in German das Duett…
in Catalan duet…
in Japanese デュエット…
in Chinese (Simplified) 二重唱(曲),二重奏(曲)…
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