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music

美 [ˈmjuzɪk]
英 [ˈmjuːzɪk]
  • n.音乐;乐曲;乐曲创作(或演奏)艺术;乐谱
  • 网络音乐学;音乐播放器;音乐课
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n.
1.
音乐;乐曲sounds that are arranged in a way that is pleasant or exciting to listen to. People sing music or play it on instruments
pop/dance/classical/church music
流行音乐;舞曲;古典╱教堂音乐
to listen to music
听音乐
She could hear music playing somewhere.
她听到某个地方在演奏音乐。
It was a charming piece of music .
那是一首动听的乐曲。
the popularity of Mozart's music
对莫扎特乐曲的普遍欢迎
He wrote the music but I don't know who wrote the words.
他创作了乐曲,但我不知道谁填写的歌词。
The poem has been set to music .
这首诗被谱了曲。
Every week they get together to make music(= to play music or sing) .
每个星期他们都聚在一起唱歌奏乐。
2.
音乐;乐曲创作(或演奏)艺术the art of writing or playing music
to study music
学习音乐
a career in music
音乐生涯
music lessons
音乐课程
the music business/industry
音乐行业╱产业
3.
乐谱the written or printed signs that represent the sounds to be played or sung in a piece of music
Can you read music(= understand the signs in order to play or sing a piece of music) ?
你识谱吗?
I had to play it without the music.
我只得不看乐谱演奏了。
The music(= the paper or book with the musical notes on it) was still open on the piano.
乐谱仍摊开着放在钢琴上。

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