|(1940-1993) American rock musician, songwriter, political commentator||Frank Zappa|
|(Slang) jazz musician; lover of jazz music (especially swing); person who is hip, somebody considered to be cool||hepcat|
|actor; sports player, athlete; one who plays a musical instrument; (Slang) gigolo, device for playing recorded sound, musician, participant in an activity, see also: gambler, somebody taking part in game, stage actor||player|
|Astor Piazzola (1921-1992), Argentinean composer and musician famous for his tango music||Piazzola|
|backing musician, someone who provides accompaniment (especially a musician who plays a minor part to complement the main instrument)||accompanist|
|blackface entertainer in variety show, medieval traveling musician, wandering singer, bard (Medieval); member of a group of singers who often perform in black-face||minstrel|
|blues with heavy backbeat||big beat|
|blues, din, hangover, unpleasant symptoms felt after the consumption of a large quantity of alcohol (headache, nausea, etc.); distress; uproar||katzenjammer|
|brightest star in constellation Lyra, brightest star in the constellation Lyra; Lope de Vega (1562-1635), Spanish playwright and poet; Suzanne Vega (born 1959), songwriter, musician, singer; family name||Vega|
|carry winner on shoulders, chairperson, direct a meeting; head a committee; seat in a chair, electric chair, preside over something, ranked position of orchestral musician, seat with back and sometimes armrests, seat; office, position of authority, sed...||chair|
|casual, fearful, panicky, terrified; of or pertaining to funk music (type of jazz); cool, fashionable (Slang); having an offensive odor, like blues, like funk, smelly, uncomfortable, unconventional||funky|
|chief, head, leading; primary, main, major; first in rank, of the highest importance or priority, criminal, head of school, initially invested, lead musician, lead performer, main support beam, most important person, original amount invested, represent...||principal|
|composer of music, music teacher, conductor; master in any art, expert or master musician||maestro|
|do or give an audition, give an audition; participate in an audition (test given to a performer to determine the level of his abilities), hearing, test given to a performer (musician, actor, etc.) to determine the level of his abilities, test performan...||audition|
|done in blues style||bluesy|
|drums in an orchestra, set of kettledrums that are played by one musician, tympani||timpani|
|family name; Albert Schweitzer (1875-1965), Alsatian musician philosopher and doctor, winner of the 1952 Nobel Peace Prize||Schweitzer|
|family name; Henry Mancini (1924-1994), American musician and composer of film and television soundtracks, winner of the 1963 Grammy Award for Best Record for his album "Moon River"||Mancini|
|family name; John Lennon (1940-1980), British musician and composer, member of "The Beatles" who was fatally shot by Mark David Chapman just outside his apartment building in New York on December 8th 1980||Lennon|
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EUdict (European dictionary) is a collection of online dictionaries for the languages spoken mostly in Europe. These dictionaries are the result of the work of many authors who worked very hard and finally offered their product free of charge on the internet thus making it easier to all of us to communicate with each other. Some of the dictionaries have only a few thousand words, others have more than 320,000. Some of the words may be incorrectly translated or mistyped.
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