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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English
Related topics: Performing
encoreen‧core1 /ˈɒŋkɔː $ ˈɑːŋkɔːr/ noun [countable]  APan additional or repeated part of a performance, especially a musical one The band came back onstage for an encore.
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encoreThe club now hopes the band will return for an encore on March 22.The band came back on stage for an encore.But my stage tended to turn into a revolving stage and I became the recipient of endless encores.And this band were just getting encore after f***ing encore; it was really good stuff, a real grunge-fest.Ringo Starr was rolled out for the encores and thrashed about enthusiastically enough.He took encore after encore until the thinning crowd finally disappeared into the dark autumn evening.
Related topics: Music
encoreencore2 interjection  APMsaid when you have enjoyed a musical performance very much and want the performer to sing or play more
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