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noun [C] uk   /rɪˈsaɪ.təl/  us   /-t̬əl/
a performance of music or poetry, usually given by one person or a small group of people: I went to a violin recital today. He is giving a recital of Bach's sonatas. a detailed description of something or a list of things: She gave us a long, boring recital of all her troubles.
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