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operetta Saltos de línea: op¦er|etta
Pronunciación: /ɒpəˈrɛtə/

Definición de operetta en inglés:

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A short opera, usually on a light or humorous theme and typically having spoken dialogue. Notable composers of operettas include Offenbach, Johan Strauss, Franz Lehár, and Gilbert and Sullivan.
Oraciones de ejemplo
  • She has performed in many operas, operettas, musicals and oratorios.
  • The Pirates of Penzance is one of those enduring operettas by Gilbert and Sullivan, the subject matter of which doesn't matter a hoot.
  • Apart from the brilliant success of Gilbert and Sullivan's operettas, a true native style is difficult to identify.

Origen

Late 18th century: from Italian, diminutive of opera (see opera1).

Palabras que riman con operetta

abetter, begetter, better, bettor, biretta, bruschetta, carburettor (US carburetor), debtor, feta, fetter, forgetter, getter, go-getter, Greta, Henrietta, letter, Loretta, mantelletta, petter, Quetta, setter, sinfonietta, sweater, upsetter, Valletta, vendetta, whetter

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