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usage note
"Música" is not used in the plural as "músicas".
music
[ˈmjuːzɪk]
noun
1. música (f)
  • to set words to musicponer música a la letra
  • those words were music to her ears(sentido figurado) esas palabras le sonaban a música celestial
  • music boxcaja (f) de música
  • music piracypiratería (f) musical
  • music standatril (m)
  • music teacherprofesor(ora) (sustantivo masculino o femenino) de música
  • music videovídeo (m) or video (m) musical(Am)
music [ˈmjuːzɪk]
noun
música (f)
to set a work to music poner música a una obra
it was music to my ears daba gusto escucharlo; me sonaba a música celestial
to face the music afrontar las consecuencias
modifier
music box (n) especially (US) caja (f) de música
music centre (n) equipo (m) estereofónico
music critic (n) críticoacrítica (m) (f) musical;a crítica
music director (n) directoradirectora (m) (f) musical;a directora
music festival (n) festival (m) de música
music hall (n) teatro (m) de variedades
music lesson (n) (instrumental) clase (f) de música; (vocal) clase (f) de solfeo
music lover (n) aficionadoaaficionada (m) (f) a la música;a aficionada amante (m) de la música
music paper (n) papel (m) de música; papel (m) pautado
music stand (n) atril (m)
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