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recitalnoun [C]

 us   /rɪˈsɑɪ·t̬əl/
a ​performance of ​music or ​dance, usually given by one ​person or a ​smallgroup of ​people: a ​piano recital
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recitalnoun [C]

uk   /rɪˈsaɪ.təl/  us   /rɪˈsaɪ.t̬əl/
a ​performance of ​music or ​poetry, usually given by one ​person or a ​smallgroup of ​people: I went to a ​violin recital today. He is giving a recital of Bach's ​sonatas.
a ​detaileddescription of something or a ​list of things: She gave us a ​long, ​boring recital of all her ​troubles.

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