Word: band

Category: band

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Related words: band

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Synonyms: band

companion, friend, colleague, associate, partner, coworker, workmate, pal, crony, mate, chum, buddy, dawg, peeps, familiar, fellow, brother

Translations: band

spanish
banda, círculo, cinta, faja


german
musikgruppe, bauchbinde, ring, musikkapelle, kolonne, ...

french
chaîne, bague, ruban, anneau, écharpe, ...

italian
striscia, fettuccia, nastro, banda, benda, ...

portuguese
bando, faixa, cáfila, estria, barra, ...

dutch
troep, strook, ring, band, streep, ...

russian
отряд, стержень, ансамбль, банда, диапазон, ...

norwegian
bind, bånd

swedish
strimma, remsa, linning, gäng, band, ...

finnish
joukko, juova, aallonpituusalue, raita, nauha, ...

danish
bånd, bande

czech
páska, pásmo, řemen, kapela, obvaz, ...

polish
opaska, orkiestra, pasek, wstęga, gąsienica, ...

hungarian
vaskarika, hajszalag, tánczenekar, beágyazódás, közbetelepülés, ...

turkish
bando, bant, yüzük, yol, çizgi, ...

greek
ταινία

ukrainian
околиця, стрижень, тоді-то, банда, група

bulgarian
лента

belarusian
колца

estonian
bänd, lint, pael

croatian
dijapazon, orkestar, trakast, obruč, zavoj, ...

latin
fascia

lithuanian
žiedas, banda, orkestras

latvian
saite, banda, grupa, stīpa, lente

romanian
fâşie, inel, orchestră

slovenian
kapela, pásek, muzika

slovak
muzika, tlupa, kapela

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The meaning and "use of": band

noun
  • a flat, thin strip or loop of material put around something, typically to hold it together or to decorate it.
  • a stripe or elongated area of a different color, texture, or composition than its surroundings.
  • a range of frequencies or wavelengths in a spectrum (especially of radio frequencies).
  • a thing that restrains, binds, or unites.
  • a group of people who have a common interest or purpose.
  • a group of musicians who play together, in particular.
  • a herd or flock.

verb
  • surround (an object) with something in the form of a strip or ring, typically for reinforcement or decoration.
  • mark (something) with a stripe or stripes of a different color.
  • (of people or organizations) form a group for a mutual purpose.

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