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virtuosity
American English: /ˌvərtʃəˈwɑsədi/
British English: /ˌvəːtʃʊˈɒsɪti/

Translation of virtuosity in Spanish:

noun

uncountable
  • Example sentences
    • The virtuosity of the three artists on their instruments created a universe of sound that captivated the audience.
    • For him economic pragmatism, not artistic virtuosity, was the key to racial uplift.
    • Today, though, that allegorical meaning is lost on us, and what we see rather is a dazzling display of artistic virtuosity.

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