[ UK /djuːˈɛt/ ]
[ US /djuˈɛt, duˈɛt/ ]
  1. a pair who associate with one another
    the engaged couple
    an inseparable twosome
    the engaged couple
  2. (ballet) a dance for two people (usually a ballerina and a danseur noble)
  3. two performers or singers who perform together
  4. a musical composition for two performers
  5. two items of the same kind
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How To Use duet In A Sentence

  • So were they duetting as equals that evening? Times, Sunday Times
  • Irresistible, her lone Motown LP, the label cannibalized some of the solo songs and remixed them into duets. NPR Topics: News
  • Perhaps strangest of all, the American troops brought in their own "psyops" trucks - for psychological operations - and blared sounds that created a nightmarish duet with the mosques: old AC/DC songs, something that sounded like a sonar ping, the cavalry charge. Archive 2004-11-01
  • Although the complex syncopated rhythms of duets can sound to the untrained ear as if they are coming from one bird, they are the efforts of two wrens perched side by side and interposing their notes with precise timing.
  • There's even more proof in the new duets album: While the pairings add to the jollity Lady Gaga is amazingly likable, and not at all trampy, on "The Lady Is a Tramp", the real attraction is Mr. Bennett himself. Ready for His Autumn Waltz
  • Duet is the first dependably variegated beautyberry, selected for its yellow-margined, variegated foliage and tolerance to full sun. New crop of hybrid plants demonstrate beauty of ingenuity
  • At home, they play piano duets. Times, Sunday Times
  • They also star as Ronnie and Sammi, whose hot/cold romance is celebrated in an impassioned duet with a title unprintable here. NYT > Home Page
  • Munro shoes also designed the Duet sandal, a sophisticated shoe, that is a hybrid of a mule and sandal.
  • It's like an impromptu back-and-forth duet between lovers, all the more realistic for being unrehearsed and spontaneous.
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