musical

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English[edit]

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Middle English, from Old French, from Latin musicalis, from Ancient Greek μουσικός (mousikos), from μουσική (mousiki, music).

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musical (comparative more musical, superlative most musical)

  1. Of or relating to music.
  2. Gifted or skilled in music.
  3. Pleasing to the ear.
    Her voice had a musical tone.

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Noun[edit]

musical (plural musicals)

  1. a stage performance, show or film which involves singing, dancing and musical numbers performed by the cast as well as acting.

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musical m (feminine musicale, masculine plural musicaux, feminine plural musicales)

  1. musical

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Galician[edit]

Adjective[edit]

musical m, f (plural musicais)

  1. musical; of or pertaining to music

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musical

  1. musical (relating to music)

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Italian[edit]

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English

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musical m (invariable)

  1. musical

Spanish[edit]

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musical m, f (plural musicales)

  1. musical

Noun[edit]

musical m (plural musicales)

  1. musical