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Translation of "concert" - English-Spanish dictionary

concert

noun   /ˈkɒn·sət/
A2 a performance of music, with or without singing concierto a rock/jazz/classical concert
(Definition of concert from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

concert

noun /ˈkonsət/
a musical entertainment concierto an orchestral concert.
in concert
(formal) together conjuntamente, de común acuerdo Everybody has to act in concert to leave an environment worth living in for the following generations.
(Definition of concert from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
Translations of “concert”
in Korean 콘서트, 공연…
in Arabic حَفْلَة موسيقِيّة…
in Malaysian konsert…
in French concert…
in Russian концерт…
in Chinese (Traditional) 音樂會…
in Italian concerto…
in Turkish konser…
in Polish koncert…
in Vietnamese buổi hòa nhạc…
in Portuguese concerto…
in Thai การแสดงดนตรี…
in German das Konzert…
in Catalan concert…
in Japanese コンサート…
in Chinese (Simplified) 音乐会…
in Indonesian konser…
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