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concertnoun [C]

uk   /ˈkɒn.sət/  us   /ˈkɑːn.sɚt/
A2 a performance of music by one or more musicians or singers: a pop/classical concert a school concert
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in Arabic حَفْلَة موسيقِيّة…
in Korean 콘서트, 공연…
in Malaysian konsert…
in French concert…
in Turkish konser…
in Italian concerto…
in Chinese (Traditional) 音樂會…
in Russian концерт…
in Polish koncert…
in Vietnamese buổi hòa nhạc…
in Spanish concierto…
in Portuguese concerto…
in Thai การแสดงดนตรี…
in German das Konzert…
in Catalan concert…
in Japanese コンサート…
in Indonesian konser…
in Chinese (Simplified) 音乐会…
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