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virtuoso
American English: /ˌvərtʃəˈwoʊsoʊ/
British English: /ˌvəːtʃʊˈəʊsəʊ/
, /ˌvəːtʃʊˈəʊzəʊ/

Translation of virtuoso in Spanish:

noun plural -sos or -si Pronunciation: / -si /

  • virtuoso, (-sa) (masculine, feminine)
    (before noun) (playing/performance)
    propio de un virtuoso
    a virtuoso display of diplomacy
    un despliegue de gran habilidad diplomática
    Example sentences
    • Walker began his musical career as a virtuoso pianist, with composing and teaching work coming later.
    • Johan becomes a virtuoso of classical music, a driving force who cannot be ignored.
    • It also excludes music for virtuoso display in the large concert hall, even though only a few instruments may be involved.

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