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"baroque" in British English

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baroqueadjective

uk   /bəˈrɒk/  us   /-ˈrɑːk/
relating to the ​heavilydecoratedstyle in ​buildings, ​art, and ​music that was ​popular in ​Europe in the 17th ​century and the early ​part of the 18th ​century: baroque ​architecture/​painters
(Definition of baroque from the Cambridge Advanced Learner’s Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)

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baroqueadjective

 us   /bəˈroʊk, -ˈrɑk, -ˈrɔk/
relating to the ​highlydecoratedstyle in ​buildings, ​art, and ​music that was ​popular in Europe in the 17th ​century and the early ​part of the 18th ​century: baroque ​architecture
(Definition of baroque from the Cambridge Academic Content Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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