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trad
American English: /træd/
British English: /trad/

Translation of trad in Spanish:

adjective

  • (British English) [colloquial]
    trad jazz
    jazz (masculine) tradicional
    Example sentences
    • Traditional jazz, or trad jazz, was the pop music of the day and any kind of delinquent behaviour was usually reported as the work of ‘jazz fans’.
    • Though his mix of hip-hop, trad jazz, and club techno sounds intriguing on paper, he rarely manages to come up with anything compelling out of the mix.
    • There will be everything from karaoke sessions to trad music to a storming rock band from Donegal.

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