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Suzuki

Syllabification: Su·zu·ki
Pronunciation: /səˈzo͞okē
 
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Definition of Suzuki in English:

adjective

Relating to or denoting a method of teaching the violin, typically to very young children in large groups, developed by Shin’ichi Suzuki (1898–1998), Japanese educator and violin teacher.
Example sentences
  • Marian studied under the Suzuki method of Violin for five years.
  • The Suzuki method also aims to promote social skills.
  • The Suzuki method of learning music brings some understanding as to what that proverb means.

Words that rhyme with Suzuki

adzuki, bouzouki, fluky, kabuki, kooky, pukey, saluki, spooky, Sukie, verrucae

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