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  1. musical

    • IPA[ˈmjuːzɪk(ə)l]

    英式

    • adj.
      relating to music;set to or accompanied by music
    • n.
      a play or film in which singing and dancing play an essential part. Musicals developed from light opera in the early 20th century
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    • 相關詞
    • adj.
      形容詞
    • 1. relating to music:

      they shared similar musical tastes

    • 2. set to or accompanied by music:

      an evening of musical entertainment

    • 3. fond of or skilled in music:

      Henry was very musical, but his wife was tone-deaf

    • 4. having a pleasant sound; melodious or tuneful:

      they burst out into rich, musical laughter

    • n.
      名詞
    • 1. a play or film in which singing and dancing play an essential part. Musicals developed from light opera in the early 20th century:

      a hit West End musical, Miss Saigon

    • n. a party game in which players compete for a decreasing number of chairs, the losers in successive rounds being those unable to find a chair to sit on when the accompanying music is stopped.

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    • n. a party game in which players compete for a decreasing number of chairs, the losers in successive rounds being those unable to find a chair to sit on when the accompanying music is abruptly stopped.

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    • n. a genre of drama in which singing and dancing play an essential part:

    • a successful professional career in musical theater

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    • n. a party game similar to musical chairs, in which the player who is last to sit on the floor when the music stops is eliminated in each round.

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    • n. a musical that features hit songs of a popular music group or genre:

    • a jukebox musical featuring the best rock songs of the 1980s

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    • plural a series of drinking glasses or bowls filled with varying amounts of water and played as a musical instrument by rubbing the rims with the fingers.

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    • n. a musical that features hit songs of a popular music group or genre:

    • a jukebox musical featuring the best rock songs of the 1980s

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    • plural a graduated series of glass bowls or tubes played as a musical instrument by rubbing them with the fingers.

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    美式

    • adj.
      relating to music:
    • they shared similar musical tastes
    • n.
      a play or movie in which singing and dancing play an essential part. Musicals developed from light opera in the early 20th century:
    • a hit West End musical, Miss Saigon

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