musical englannista suomeksi
Of, belonging or relating to music, or to its performance or notation.
Pleasing to the ear; sounding agreeably; having the qualities of music; melodious; harmonious.
Pertaining to a class of games in which players move while music plays, but have to take a fixed position when it stops; by extension, any situation where people repeatedly change positions.
1962, Edward Albee, ''Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf?: A Play'', Simon and Schuster (ISBN), page 34
- Musical beds is the faculty sport around here.
2004, Mike Bright, ''A Dream Realized: A Collection of Poems by Cowboy Mike Bright'', Xulon Press (ISBN), page 341
- Musical seats upon an airplane is not a game I recommend.
2006, Evelyn Palfrey, ''The Price of Passion'', Simon and Schuster (ISBN), page 441
- “Sounds like y&39;all are playing musical houses. How did you convince your mama to move to Austin?”
2011, Leonard James Schoppa, ''The Evolution of Japan's Party System: Politics and Policy in an Era of Institutional Change'', University of Toronto Press (ISBN), page 14
- Parties were splitting, forming, merging, and dissolving in such rapid succession that the game of musical chairs seemed to describe what was going on better than any known theory of political science.
2014, Tyler McMahon, ''Kilometer 99: A Novel'', St. Martin's Griffin (ISBN), page 138
- Among my small circle of college friends, and even more so among the volunteers here, couples are so often changing places, people playing musical lovers.
A meeting or a party for a musical entertainment; a musicale.
(l) (stage performance, show or film)