duetnoun [ C ]uk /dʒuˈet/ us /duːˈet/
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- A feeling for rhythm and a quick-sighted accurate knowledge of time, may be much improved by playing with others, either duets on the piano, or accompaniments to voice or instrument.
- But it was the duet that followed that compelled his admiration.
- For three hours an uninterrupted stream of music flows forth, not only solos, but occasionally duets, harmoniously chanted in parts, and rendered with the utmost pathos.
- I heard you singing duets after dinner once.
- It will be sung once in the first act by the heroine, then in the second act as a duet for heroine and hero.