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medleynoun [C]

 us   /ˈmed·li/
a ​mixture of different things, such as ​tunes put together to ​form a ​longerpiece of ​music: He ​played a medley of ​popularsongs on the ​piano.
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medleynoun [C]

uk   us   /ˈmed.li/

medley noun [C] (MIXTURE)

a ​mixture of different things, ​especiallytunes put together to ​form a ​longerpiece of ​music: a medley ofpopulartunes The ​menudescribed the ​dessert as "a medley ofexoticfruits".

medley noun [C] (SWIMMING COMPETITION)

a ​swimmingcompetition in which each of four ​swimmers in a ​team uses a different ​method of ​swimming
(Definition of medley from the Cambridge Advanced Learners Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)
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