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virtuoso

adjective   /ˌvɜː·tjuˈəʊ·səʊ/
extremely skilled virtuoso The Times critic described her dancing as ‘a virtuoso performance’.
noun   /ˌvɜː·tjuˈəʊ·səʊ/ ( plural virtuosos)
someone who is extremely good at doing something, especially playing a musical instrument virtuoso, -a a trumpet virtuoso
(Definition of virtuoso from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

virtuoso

noun /vəːtʃuˈəusəu/ ( plurals virtuosos, virtuosi)
a person who knows a great deal about eg music, painting, especially a skilled performer virtuoso He’s a virtuoso on the violin (also adjective) a virtuoso pianist/performance.
virtuosity /-ˈo-/ noun
great skill in one of the fine arts virtuosismo I am impressed by the virtuosity of that musician.
(Definition of virtuoso from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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