Definition of 'music'
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That they have introduced thousands to art and music seemingly does not redeem them. Times, Sunday Times (2016)But is classical music so different from other forms of music? Times, Sunday Times (2017) People got music if they were that interested. The Sun (2016)Why is the importance of dance music sometimes ignored in music history? The Sun (2016)Music and the arts are a key part of this. The Sun (2016)You learn to face the music. Times, Sunday Times (2016)Who's the most powerful person in classical music? Times, Sunday Times (2016)She raised money as best she could through giving music lessons, but major sponsorship was needed. Times, Sunday Times (2016)The charts may have changed, but people still love music. The Sun (2016)They weren't concerned with audiences, or getting classical music out there. Times, Sunday Times (2016)She is good at art and music but is now confused as to what to do. Times, Sunday Times (2013)We were doing music that combined forms and got people singing after the war. Christianity Today (2000)The question is how to put classical music in front of them better. Times, Sunday Times (2012)This was as important as the classical music people were listening to. Times, Sunday Times (2014)Some are surely just about music critics showing off. Times, Sunday Times (2008)Is there any particular piece of music you use to inspire your team? Times, Sunday Times (2010)His team found a gulf in the quality and quantity of music lessons. Times, Sunday Times (2012)He needs to face the music and be held accountable. The Sun (2014)She also talks about the classical music she has loved. Times, Sunday Times (2016)Some people choose music as their vocation. Times, Sunday Times (2009)She now runs a music group for disabled people to help them on their road to recovery. The Sun (2012)House music and rave culture consumed a generation. Times, Sunday Times (2007)Moreover, the extent to which dance music impacted on their output has long been misunderstood. THE LAST PARTY: Britpop, Blair and the demise of English rock (2003)If you are single, new love is waiting where dance music plays. The Sun (2009)His earliest journalistic work was as a music and art critic in prewar London. Times, Sunday Times (2012)The earl is a music promoter in New York. Times, Sunday Times (2007)Theatre, music and art: be the first to read all the reviews. Times, Sunday Times (2011)
Trends of 'music'
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Translations for 'music'
British English: music /ˈmjuːzɪk/ NOUN
Music is the pattern of sounds produced by people singing or playing instruments.
- American English: music
- Arabic: مُوسِيقَى
- Brazilian Portuguese: música
- Chinese: 音乐
- Croatian: glazba
- Czech: hudba
- Danish: musik
- Dutch: muziek
- European Spanish: música
- Finnish: musiikki
- French: musique
- German: Musik
- Greek: μουσική
- Italian: musica
- Japanese: 音楽
- Korean: 음악
- Norwegian: musikk
- Polish: muzyka
- European Portuguese: música
- Romanian: muzică
- Russian: музыка
- Spanish: música sonido grato al oído
- Swedish: musik
- Thai: ดนตรี
- Turkish: müzik
- Ukrainian: музика
- Vietnamese: âm nhạc
Definition of music from the Collins English Dictionary
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