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My exclusive picture shows the trio back together for the first time in three years. The Sun (2016)When they are away filming the trio drink together and interviewers have been in awe of their capacity. Times, Sunday Times (2016)It is understood that the corporation is enthusiastic about reuniting the three women on a new project, either as a trio or part of a new quartet. Times, Sunday Times (2016)The only rugby that trio have played together so far has been on the training pitch. The Sun (2015)The trio deny three charges of murder and two counts of attempted murder. The Sun (2012) Together this trio will score and make a lot of tries given the game time. Times, Sunday Times (2015)Being part of a trio of entertainers could land a special award. The Sun (2010)At no stage did any of the trio play with the consistency required from a fly half. Times, Sunday Times (2015)Sources say the romance bloomed in the past two years as the trio holidayed together. The Sun (2013)The juxtaposition of a cracking scherzo and lyrical trio was like going from the party whirlwind to the balcony outside. Times, Sunday Times (2012)The piano trio led by the German bassist stretch out imaginatively over some famous themes. Times, Sunday Times (2015)To say that conditions helped the Pakistan trio is only part of the story. Times, Sunday Times (2010)The scherzo 's trio section was weaker. Times, Sunday Times (2014)The hotly tipped piano trio bring their sharp tunes to a day of progressive Manchester jazz. Times, Sunday Times (2014)And the trio played a huge part as the Glovers climbed off the bottom. The Sun (2013)When her stepfather buys a house, this trio move in together. Times, Sunday Times (2015)The trio were part of a gang which stole 34,000 of livestock and equipment from a breeding farm. The Sun (2015)Not until the scherzo 's trio did time seem to stand still in a meditative haze of dance recalled. Times, Sunday Times (2011)Leader of fine midfield trio. The Sun (2010)Turn that around and the threat to England from the Ireland midfield trio becomes obvious. Times, Sunday Times (2013)The trio play three conscripts who are trying to avoid being sent to fight in the Vietnam War. The Sun (2008)Production teams are notoriously demanding about food on set, and the trio have three hours to cook for 90 people. Times, Sunday Times (2012)
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British English: trio NOUN
A trio is a group of three people together, especially musicians or singers.
This trio have been writing songs together for five years.
Definition of trio from the Collins English Dictionary
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