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classical

adjective
 
 
/ˈklæsɪkəl/
classical music A2 serious music by people like Mozart and Stravinsky
muzyka klasyczna
Do you prefer classical music or pop music?Types of music
TRADITIONAL traditional in style
klasyczny
classical and modern danceHabitual and customary
GREECE/ROME relating to ancient Greece and Rome
klasyczny
classical literatureHistory
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