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Meaning of “encore!” in the English Dictionary

"encore!" in British English

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encore!exclamation

uk   /ˈɒŋ.kɔːr/  us   /ˈɑːŋ.kɔːr/
shouted at the end of a ​performance to get the ​performer to ​sing or ​play more

encorenoun [C]

uk   /ˈɒŋ.kɔːr/  us   /ˈɑːŋ.kɔːr/
an ​extrasong or ​piece of ​music that is ​performed at the end of a show because the ​audienceshouts for it: We were ​shouting for an encore. They did a few ​oldhits as/for an encore.
(Definition of encore! from the Cambridge Advanced Learner’s Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)

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encoreexclamation, noun [C]

 us   /ˈɑn·kɔr, -koʊr/
the ​performance of an ​additionalsong or ​piece of ​music after a show has ​formallyended, or the word ​people sometimes ​call out while ​clapping to ​request this ​performance: The ​audiencedemanded encore after encore.
(Definition of encore from the Cambridge Academic Content Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
Translations of “encore!”
in Korean 앙코르…
in Arabic أُعنِية مُستَعادة…
in Malaysian lagi…
in French bis…
in Russian бис!…
in Italian bis…
in Turkish tekrar, bis, 'Bravo' bir daha…
in Chinese (Traditional) (演出結束後的)加演節目…
in Polish bis…
in Spanish bis…
in Vietnamese nữa đi…
in Portuguese bis…
in Thai การแสดงซ้ำอีกครั้งตามคำเรียกร้องของผู้ชม…
in German die Zugabe…
in Catalan bis…
in Japanese アンコール…
in Indonesian ulangan…
in Chinese (Simplified) (演出结束后的)加演节目…
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