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jazz
noun
1. (music) 
a. el jazz (M) 
My brother plays many types of music, but his specialty is jazz.Mi hermano toca muchos tipos de música, pero se especializa en jazz.
2. (colloquial) (exaggerated talk) 
a. la palabrería (F) 
His brother-in-law bored everyone with his jazz.Su cuñado aburría a todo el mundo con su palabrería.
adjective
3. (music) 
a. de jazz 
This jazz musician plays the trumpet better than anyone.Este músico de jazz toca la trompeta como nadie.
jazz
Noun
1. (general) 
a. el jazz (M) 
2. (colloquial) 
and all that jazzy otras cosas por el estilo y todo el rollo
jazz [dʒæz]
noun
1 (Mús) jazz (m)
2 (talk) palabrería (f)
and all that jazz y otras cosas por el estilo; don't give me that jazz! ¡no me vengas con cuentos!
modifier
jazz ballet (n) jazz-ballet (m)
jazz band (n) orquesta (f) de jazz
jazz
masculine noun
1. (music) 
a. jazz 
El jazz se caracteriza por el uso la síncopa y la improvisación.Jazz is characterized by the use of syncopation and improvisation.
jazz
Noun
1. (general) 
a. jazz 
jazz [jaθ] [jas]
jazz
Phrases with "jazz"
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