Translation of concert in Spanish:
nounAmerican English: /ˈkɑnˌsərt/ British English: /ˈkɒnsət/
- 1.1 countable(performance)rock concertconcert performer concert tourconcierto de rockgira (feminine) de conciertosExample sentences1.2in concert
(performing live)en concierto(in combination)their voices were raised in concert against the new lawin concertprotestaron al unísono contra la nueva ley
- Boccherini and Manfredi next went to Spain, where they played in opera performances and concerts.
- The Pittsburgh Symphony Orchestra gives two concerts in its farewell tour with Mariss Jansons.
- Symphony concerts have fallen off the map of cultured people's consciousness.
withsomebodyconjuntamente or de común acuerdo conalguien
transitive verbAmerican English: /kənˈsərt/ British English: /kənˈsəːt/
- 1.1 [formal] 1.2also: concerted past participlewe'll have to make a concerted effort to …tendremos que coordinar or concertar nuestros esfuerzos para …Example sentences
- The basic units for concerting opinion at the launch of the CoR were the national delegations which, like the ESC Groups, are resourced by the CoR to meet regularly to discuss the Committee's work programme.
- After that several of the city's western sections began to organize for an insurrection, their primary assemblies refusing the Convention's instructions to disband, and concerting defiant denunciations of its ballot-rigging.
- Both Salandra and Sonnino in 1915 and Mussolini in 1940 believed it possible to fight a ‘parallel war’ without concerting strategy with their allies.
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