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[きょく()]
kyoku
noun, noun, used as a suffix

English Meaning(s) for 曲

noun, noun, used as a suffix
  1. composition; piece of music; song; track (on a record)
noun
  1. tune; melody; air
  2. enjoyment; fun; interest; pleasure

Definition and Synonyms for 曲

Piece an artistic or literary composition
Synonyms: くせ, くま, 一篇, 作品, ,
Melodic Line a succession of notes forming a distinctive sequence
Synonyms: くせ, くま, ノット, メロディー, 一曲, 一節, 主題, 旋律, , 曲節, 楽曲, 歌曲, , , , , , , 調べ, 調べる
Piece Of Music a musical work that has been created
Synonyms: くせ, くま, オプス, コンポジション, , 楽曲,
Song a short musical composition with words
Synonyms: くせ, くま, ソング, 唱歌, , 楽曲, , 歌唱, 歌曲, 歌謡, 歌謡曲,

Meanings for each kanji in 曲

bend; music; melody; composition; pleasure; injustice; fault; curve; crooked; perverse; lean Kanji Details »

Categories 曲 is a member of

Creation an artifact that has been brought into existence by someone
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Music an artistic form of auditory communication incorporating instrumental or vocal tones in a structured and continuous manner
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Piece Of Music a musical work that has been created
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Stroke Order Diagrams for 曲

Sample Sentences for 曲

He played the girl a piece of music of his own writing.
He practiced the piece many times before the concert.
What's your favorite song in last year's top 100?
He played a tune for the girl that he'd written himself.
The best-known compositions by Franz Liszt are his nineteen Hungarian Rhapsodies, but he also created beautiful sonatas, symphonies, concerti, songs, and religious compositions.

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