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  1. fret

    • IPA[frɛt]

    英式

    • n.
      each of a sequence of bars or ridges on the fingerboard of some stringed musical instruments (such as the guitar), used for fixing the positions of the fingers to produce the desired notes.
    • v.
      play (a note on a stringed instrument) while pressing the string down against a fret;provide (a stringed instrument) with frets.
    • verb: fret, 3rd person present: frets, gerund or present participle: fretting, past tense: fretted, past participle: fretted

    • 釋義

    名詞

    • 1. each of a sequence of bars or ridges on the fingerboard of some stringed musical instruments (such as the guitar), used for fixing the positions of the fingers to produce the desired notes.

    動詞

    • 1. play (a note on a stringed instrument) while pressing the string down against a fret most people would play this by fretting the G string on the first fret with the first finger
    • 2. provide (a stringed instrument) with frets.