duet : Definition, Usages, News and More
- n two items of the same kind
- n two performers or singers who perform together
- n a pair who associate with one another
- n a musical composition for two performers
- n (ballet) a dance for two people (usually a ballerina and a danseur noble)
- The faithful's reaction to the Gates-Jobs duet was pretty much what anyone conversant with the Apple cult would have expected.
- Most duets are blood-chillingly bad ("A Little Bit Country, A Little Bit Rock and Roll" by Donny and Marie Osmond springs to mind), and doubtless the mosquito's mating song ranks .
- USA's duet team of Christina Jones, left, and Andrea Nott, right, compete during the final of the duet free routine in synchronized swimming.
- Dolly Parton in Washington Post
I know Dottie is in heaven in the arms of God right now, but our earth angel will surely be missed,Parton said in a statement. "Dottie was a dear friend, a fellow singer, songwriter and entertainer and, as of late, my duet-singing...
- Dannii Minogue in Melbourne Herald Sun
I really miss singing, so I am planning to do some more next year,Dannii said. "Doing the duet with Kylie on tour was amazing. It was nice to share that. I definitely want to do a duet, it's just about finding the right thing and the right...
- Leon Russell in PR Newswire (press release)
Elton called to ask if I would do a duet album with him,Russell said. "I'm very happy that he chose me to do this."