Definition of 'blues'
Example sentences containing 'blues'
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The Oak had showcased all kinds of bands, new bands, blues bands, young bands, bad bands. FALLEN WOMEN (2002)The passages were marble and the walls tiled in delicate blues and whites. THE ROAD TO PARADISE ISLAND (2002)
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Translations for 'blues'
British English: blues /bluːz/ NOUN
The blues is a type of music which was developed by African-American musicians in the southern United States. It is characterized by a slow tempo and a strong rhythm.
His singing really does have the depth and the emotional range of the blues.
- American English: blues
- Arabic: بلوز
- Brazilian Portuguese: blues
- Chinese: 蓝调音乐
- Croatian: blues
- Czech: blues
- Danish: blues
- Dutch: blues
- European Spanish: blues
- Finnish: blues-musiikki
- French: blues
- German: Blues
- Greek: μπλουζ
- Italian: blues
- Japanese: ブルース
- Korean: 블루스
- Norwegian: blues
- Polish: blues
- European Portuguese: melancolia
- Romanian: blues
- Russian: блюз
- Spanish: blues
- Swedish: blues
- Thai: เพลงช้าที่มีจังหวะหนัก
- Turkish: melankoli
- Ukrainian: блюз
- Vietnamese: nhạc blues
Definition of blues from the Collins English Dictionary
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