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Translation of "prelude" - English-Spanish dictionary

prelude

noun   /ˈprel.juːd/
something that comes before a more important event or action that introduces or prepares for it preludio The changes are seen as a prelude to wide-ranging reforms.1554
specialized music a short piece of music that introduces the main work preludio 275
specialized music a short independent piece of music written especially for the piano preludio 275
(Definition of prelude from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

prelude

noun /ˈpreljuːd/
an event etc that goes before, and acts as an introduction to, something. preludio
(music) a piece of music played as an introduction to the main piece. preludio
(Definition of prelude from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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