- n. 二重奏；二重唱
- n. (Duet)人名；(法)迪埃
来自拉丁语duo, 二。用于音乐名词。比较quartet, quintet.
- duet:  The original term for ‘two musicians’ was Italian duo, a descendant of Latin duo ‘two’. English acquired this in the 16th century. But Italian (the major source of Western musical vocabulary) also produced a diminutive form duetto, literally ‘little duo’, which English borrowed either directly (the unanglicized form duetto was used in English for about a hundred years from the 1720s) or perhaps via German duett.
- duet (n.)
- 1740, from French duet, from Italian duetto "short musical composition for two voices," diminutive of duo "two" (see two). As a verb, from 1822. The Italian form of the noun was used in English from c. 1724.
- 1. I sing with someone in duet.
- 2. I sang a duet at a Karaoke bar.
- 3. I sing with Mike in duet.
- 4. Bob and Jenny sang a duet.
- 5. The famous star and his partner will give duet at the concert.
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