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  1. descant

    • n.
      an independent treble melody usually sung or played above a basic melody.;a melodious song.
    • v.
      talk tediously or at length
    • noun: descant, plural noun: descants

    • verb: descant, 3rd person present: descants, gerund or present participle: descanting, past tense: descanted, past participle: descanted

    • 釋義
    • 相關詞
    • n.
      名詞
    • 1. an independent treble melody usually sung or played above a basic melody.
    • 2. a melodious song.
    • 3. a discourse on a theme or subject:

      his descant of deprivation

    • v.
      動詞
    • 1. talk tediously or at length:

      I have descanted on this subject before

    • n. the most common size of recorder (musical instrument), with a range of two octaves from the C above middle C upwards.

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    • n. the most common size of recorder (musical instrument), with a range of two octaves from the C above middle C upwards; a soprano recorder.

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    • 更多解釋
    • n.
      an independent treble melody sung or played above a basic melody.
    • v.
      talk tediously or at length:
    • I have descanted on this subject before

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