Word: overture

Category: overture

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Related words: overture

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Synonyms: overture

prelude, introduction, opening, introductory movement, preliminary, lead-in, precursor, start, beginning, (opening) move, approach, advances, feeler, signal, proposal, proposition, advance

Translations: overture

spanish
obertura


german
ouvertüre, vorspiel

french
prélude, ouverture

italian
ouverture, Ouvertüre, preludio, di Overture

portuguese
insinuação, surpreender, alcance

dutch
voorspel, ouverture

russian
попытка, увертюра, начало, зондаж, вступление, ...

norwegian
ture, ouverturen, ouverture, Sondering

swedish
uvertyr, anbud

finnish
lähestyminen, preludi, johdanto, alkusoitto, lähestymisyritys

danish
ouverturen, ouverture, ouverturens

czech
předehra

polish
propozycja, uwertura, oferta

hungarian
nyitány

turkish
uvertür, Uvertürü, Sonda muayeneler, giriş müziği

greek
εισαγωγή, Overture, το overture, Ουβερτούρα

ukrainian
спроба, вступ, ініціатива, увертюра, початок

albanian
uverturë, Overture, fillim bisedimeve, propozim ofical

bulgarian
увертюра, Overture, сондажни, увертюри, увертюрата

belarusian
уверцюра, увертура, ўвертура, ўверцюра

estonian
avamäng, avamängu, avamänguga, nimetada avamängu

croatian
uvertira, pokušaj, ponuda, predigra

icelandic
Overture

lithuanian
uvertiūra, Overture

latvian
uvertīra, Overture, uvertīru, uvertīras, sarunu ievadīšana

macedonian
увертира, увертирата, приоѓањето, Overture, за преговори

romanian
introducere

slovenian
uvertura, uverturo, uverture, uvertura katere

slovak
predohra

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The meaning and "use of": overture

noun
  • an introduction to something more substantial.
  • an orchestral piece at the beginning of an opera, suite, play, oratorio, or other extended composition.

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