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Translation of "music" - English-Spanish dictionary

music

noun [no plural]   /ˈmjuː·zɪk/
A1 a pattern of sounds that is made by playing instruments or singing, or a recording of this música pop/dance music classical music He likes listening to music. a music lesson/teacher
written signs representing sounds that can be sung or played with instruments música I never learned to read music (= understand written music).
(Definition of music from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

music

noun /ˈmjuːzik/
the art of arranging and combining sounds able to be produced by the human voice or by instruments música She prefers classical music to pop music She is studying music (also adjective) a music lesson.
the written form in which such tones etc are set down música The pianist has forgotten to bring her music.
musical adjective
of or producing music musical a musical instrument.
like music, especially in being pleasant to hear musical a musical voice.
(of a person) having a talent for music dotado para la música Their children are all musical.
musically adverb
musicalmente a musically gifted child.
musician /mjuˈziʃən/ noun
a person who is skilled in music músico The conductor of this orchestra is a fine musician.
a person who plays a musical instrument músico This show has ten singers, twenty dancers and fifty musicians.
(Definition of music from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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