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Spanish translation of “duet”

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duet

noun /djuˈet/
a musical piece for two singers or players
dúo
a piano duet.
Translations of “duet”
in Korean 이중주…
in Arabic لَحْن يُؤَدّى بِشَكْل ثُنائي…
in French duo…
in Italian duetto…
in Chinese (Traditional) 二重唱(曲),二重奏(曲)…
in Russian дуэт…
in Turkish iki kişinin çalıp söylediği parça, düet…
in Polish duet…
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)…
(Definition of duet from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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