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opera

noun /ˈopərə/
a musical drama in which the dialogue is sung
ópera
an opera by Verdi.
operatic /-ˈrӕ-/ adjective of, or relating to, opera
operístico, de ópera
an operatic society an operatic singer.
opera glasses noun plural binoculars for use in a theatre/theater.
gemelos de teatro
opera house noun a theatre/theater in which operas are performed.
ópera, teatro de la ópera
Translations of “opera”
in Arabic أوبِرا…
in Korean 오페라…
in Malaysian opera…
in French opéra…
in Turkish opera…
in Italian opera…
in Chinese (Traditional) 歌劇…
in Russian опера…
in Polish opera…
in Vietnamese nhạc kịch ôpêra…
in Portuguese ópera…
in Thai อุปรากร…
in German die Oper…
in Catalan òpera…
in Japanese オペラ…
in Indonesian opera…
in Chinese (Simplified) 歌剧…
(Definition of opera from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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