Synonyms of band in English:

band1

noun

  • 1 she wore a scarlet band round her waist
    belt, sash, girdle, strap, tape, ring, hoop, loop, circlet, circle, cord, tie, string, thong, ribbon, fillet, strip
    literary cincture
  • 2 grey socks with a dark red band around their tops
    stripe, strip, streak, line, bar, belt, swathe, vein, thread, flash
    technical stria, striation, lane
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    Pronunciation: əˈnastrəfi
    noun
    the inversion of the usual order of words...

    Synonyms of band in English:

    band2

    noun

  • 1 a band of robbers
    group, gang, mob, pack, troop, troupe, company, party, bevy, crew, body, working party, posse; team, side, selection, line-up, array; gathering, crowd, horde, throng, assembly, assemblage; association, society, club, circle, fellowship, partnership, guild, lodge, order, fraternity, confraternity, brotherhood, sisterhood, sorority, union, alliance, affiliation, institution, league, federation, clique, set, coterie; squad, corps, cadre, contingent, detachment, unit, detail, patrol, army, cohort
    informal bunch, gaggle
    rare sodality
  • 2 he plays the trumpet in a band
    (musical) group, pop group, ensemble, orchestra; in Spain & Spanish-speaking countriesconjunto
    informal combo
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  • local people banded together to fight the company
    join (up), team up, join forces, pool resources, club together, get together, come together; collaborate, cooperate, work together, pull together; amalgamate, unite, form an alliance, form an association, combine, merge, affiliate, federate
    [Antonyms] split up
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