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musical

adjective uk   us   /ˈmjuː.zɪ.kəl/
A2 related to or connected with music: musical instruments Mozart's musical compositions include symphonies and operas.C1 If you are musical, you have a skill in or great liking for music: The family all play instruments - they're all very musical.
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adverb uk   us   /-i/
C2 It's a school for musically gifted children (= those who are very good at playing a musical instrument or singing). Musically speaking (= referring to the music they produce), this band has a lot of talent.

musical

noun [C] uk   us   /ˈmjuː.zɪ.kəl/
B2 a play or film in which part of the story is sung to music
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