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trio

noun /ˈtriːəu/ ( plural trios)
a group of three (people or things)
trío
She performed a trio of songs from her latest album.
(a piece of music for) three players
trío
A trio was playing in the hotel lounge a trio by Mozart.
Translations of “trio”
in Korean 3인조의…
in Arabic ثُلاثي…
in French trio…
in Italian trio…
in Chinese (Traditional) 三人一組, 三件套, 三合一…
in Russian трио…
in Turkish üçlü grup…
in Polish trio, tercet…
in Portuguese trio…
in German das Trio…
in Catalan trio…
in Japanese 3人組, 三重奏…
in Chinese (Simplified) 三人一组, 三件套, 三合一…
(Definition of trio from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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