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English translation of 'trio'

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trio

[tʀijo ]
masculine noun
trio

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Example Sentences Including 'trio'

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Courbet, la femme tendrement penchée sur lui et l'enfant... ce trio lumineux exprime l'intimité du peintre.
Le Monde (2001)
Leonardo, le seul homme de notre trio, commence à expliquer le projet d'un point de vue technique dans un silence goguenard.
Là où on attendait une simple compilation de leurs sketches, le trio nous donne à voir une histoire tendre et drôle.
Le Monde (2002)
Pour chaque membre du trio, une tete de taureau dans les memes couleurs est imprimée sur le dos du blouson.
Basset-Chercot, Pascal Le baptême du boiteux
Pour le trio de tête, l'heure est à la cogitation et aux discussions tous azimuts avec les routeurs à terre.
Le Monde (2001)
Sur un signe du commissaire, le trio prend la direction de la sortie.
Basset-Chercot, Pascal Le baptême du boiteux

Trends of 'trio'

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'trio' in Other Languages

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.
  • American English: trio
  • Brazilian Portuguese: trio
  • Chinese: 三人小组尤指演奏或演唱的
  • European Spanish: trío
  • French: trio
  • German: Trio
  • Italian: trio
  • Japanese: 三人組
  • Korean: 3인조 그룹
  • European Portuguese: trio
  • Spanish: trío

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