Musical

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Definition

a musical (comedy): a play or film in which part of the story is sung to music
noun
During our trip to New York, we saw the musical 'Phantom of the Opera' on Broadway. It's a great film sung to some fantastic music.

(a) musical (ear): (a) tuneful, melodic (ear)
adjective

Examples

  • "I think this musical dream is a premonition - a 'financial forecast'."
  • "Bruno : Edward, we want to exploit, I mean, use your musical talent."
  • "We want to create an advertisement for our product, Outback Cologne: something musical to accompany a television ad."
  • "Make a hit musical record."
  • "Robot : Adding musical elements."
  • "I'm Eva, the musical elevator!"
  • "To be frank, I don't think the Delavigne Corporation makes a very good musical comedy."
  • "As our office is full of creative people, the marketing department wanted to offer the first crack at this jingle to any musicians who want to show off their musical skills!"
  • "Michael, how can Brian make this phone call more musical?"

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