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Saltos de línea: prog

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British informal
1A television or radio programme: I don’t watch cookery progs
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  • Here's hoping he has more women artists/bands and guests in future progs.
  • But could they draw out a telly prog any further?
  • It's brilliant, best thing on telly by a mile: fabulous 4th prog.
2A computer program: there are progs for the PC that will convert images to sound
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  • She's running the install prog and not using the updater.
  • I know I need to burn off all mah stuff from that work machine tho and remove all the progs that aren't necessary.
  • Each parameter has a tortuous history of manual and semi-automated interventions that I simply cannot just go back to early versions and run the update prog.

Origen

1930s: abbreviation of programme.

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1 (also prog rock) [mass noun] A style of rock music popular especially in the 1970s and characterized by classical influences, the use of keyboard instruments, and lengthy compositions: the band’s blend of prog, psychedelia, and '60s pop I’m a child of the 60s and love prog rock [as modifier]: a prog rock band
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  • Before punk came along I'd fallen victim to the excesses of prog rock.
  • Battle lines are being draw over this new symphonic prog rock as we speak.
  • I was inspired by the '70s prog - like Traffic - he played.
2US An advocate of social reform; a progressive: if she decides to run, the hard-core progs will not support her anyway
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  • Before punk came along I'd fallen victim to the excesses of prog rock.
  • Battle lines are being draw over this new symphonic prog rock as we speak.
  • I was inspired by the '70s prog - like Traffic - he played.

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Relating to or denoting rock music characterized by classical influences, the use of keyboard instruments, and lengthy compositions; progressive: one of the most important prog albums of all time Tesseract sound very prog to me
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  • At this point the band were more psychedelic fledglings than soaring prog jazz birds of paradise.
  • But you can hear that it's done with passion by someone who's loved spacey electronic sounds ever since his parents introduced him to prog music as a child.
  • Another album of true prog rock nature way ahead of its time.

Origen

1950s (in sense 2): abbreviation of progressive.

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