Sign In

Dictionary

Stroke Order Diagram for 演奏

Search by Japanese Word

字▼

Search by English Meaning

[えん()·そう()]
ensou
noun, suru verb

English Meaning(s) for 演奏

noun, suru verb
  1. musical performance

Definition and Synonyms for 演奏

Musical Performance the act of performing music
Synonyms: 演奏
Performance the act of presenting a play or a piece of music or other entertainment
Synonyms: プレイ, パフォーマンス, 演奏, 演戯, 演技, 演芸, 芝居
Perform give a performance (of something)
Synonyms: はじく, 上演, 公演, 出演, 奏でる, 奏楽, 実演, 弾く, 演じる, 演ずる, 演奏, 演技
Play emit recorded sound
Synonyms: 演奏
Spiel replay (as a melody)
Synonyms: 奏する, 奏でる, 奏楽, 演奏
Play play on an instrument
Synonyms: はじく, プレイ, 奏する, 奏でる, 奏楽, 弾く, 弾じる, 弾奏, 演奏, かき鳴らす
Play perform music on (a musical instrument)
Synonyms: はじく, プレイ, 奏する, 奏でる, 奏楽, 弾く, 弾じる, 弾奏, 演奏, かき鳴らす

Meanings for each kanji in 演奏

performance; act; play; render; stage Kanji Details »
play music; speak to a ruler; complete Kanji Details »

Categories 演奏 is a member of

Demonstration a show or display
Show all words in category »
Performance the act of presenting a play or a piece of music or other entertainment
Show all words in category »
Re-Create create anew
Show all words in category »
Perform give a performance (of something)
Show all words in category »
Sound give off a certain sound or sounds
Show all words in category »
Sound cause to sound
Show all words in category »
Performing Arts arts or skills that require public performance
Show all words in category »

Stroke Order Diagrams for 演奏

Sample Sentences for 演奏

Playing the guitar is fun.
He played the piano and she sang.
They were all ears while the pianist was playing.
Do you play a musical instrument?
The musician beat his drums loudly.

Comments for 演奏

If you have any questions about this entry, or would like to write a sample sentence using the vocabulary, please do so below. Your comment will appear in the forum for other users of the site to view and discuss.

Only registered users may post comments. You can register your free 楽しい Japanese account here.

This site uses the EDICT and KANJIDIC dictionary files. These files are the property of the Electronic Dictionary Research and Development Group, and are used in conformance with the Group's licence.