karaoke Meaning in the Cambridge English Dictionary
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karaokenoun [U]

uk   /ˌkær.iˈəʊ.ki/  us   /ˌker.iˈoʊ.ki/
a ​form of ​entertainment, ​originally from Japan, in which ​recordings of the ​music but not the words of ​popularsongs are ​played, so that ​people can ​sing the words themselves: a karaoke ​bar/​machine/​night
(Definition of karaoke from the Cambridge Advanced Learner’s Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)
Translations of “karaoke”
in Arabic كاريوكي (الغِناء على صوت الموسيقى المُسجّلة)…
in Korean 노래방…
in Malaysian karaoke…
in Chinese (Traditional) 卡拉 OK…
in Italian karaoke, base musicale…
in Spanish karaoke…
in Vietnamese karaoke…
in Portuguese karaokê…
in Thai คาราโอเกะ…
in Catalan karaoke…
in Japanese カラオケ…
in Chinese (Simplified) 卡拉 OK…
in Indonesian karaoke…
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