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musical in Music topic

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishmusicalmu‧sic‧al1 /ˈmjuːzɪkəl/ ●●● S3 W3 adjective  1 [only before noun]APM relating to music or consisting of music a musical version of the fairy tale ‘Cinderella’ When he began his musical career, King played only for black audiences.2 APMgood at or interested in playing or singing music She’s very musical and loves to sing.3 CAPMhaving a pleasant sound like music a sweet musical voice musically
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musicalHer teachers told her she had no musical ability whatsoever.All who have that responsibility need to be aware of their own musical and liturgical preferences.Amanda is so talented - she's musical and she can dance.Yodelling song based on more musical call-notes.For better or worse, with sincerity or mercenary attachment, the hip musical climate was heavily involved.There have been attempts to depict this extraordinary achievement as a form of musical consumerism.The emotions have been likened to a musical instrument and it is a man's task to play upon its uttermost strings.Do you play a musical instrument?a musical performanceDiFranco's musical skills keep winning her new fans.O'Connor uses a wide variety of musical styles in his performances.By day, he studied musical theory at the fine but beleaguered music department.But many organists have undertaken some years of an expensive musical training and still give many hours a week to practising.Following the Big Game of 1921, Maestro Merola proposed one of the most ambitious musical undertakings of the era.a musical voice