- n. 音乐会；一致；和谐
- vt. 协定；协同安排
- vi. 合作
- The concert will be given on Saturday.
- It is good to go to a concert for a change.
- The newspaper gave much publicity to the concert.
- They did not act in concert with one another.
- Then powerful and the powerless try to live in concert.
- We will get together to concert our differences.
- He refused to concert with his partners.
- The concert opened with a lively performance of a piece for two pianos.
- The concert began with the national anthem.
- There was a symphony concert at the Queen's Hall.
- There was a symphony concert at the Music Hall.
- We need a better system for keeping count of people who attend our concerts.
- What does the newspaper say about our concert last night?
- Some people were lingering about the hall long after the concert had ended.
- Everyone cheered for the violinist at our school concert.
- Can you secure me two good seats for the concert?
- That rich lady is a friend of the arts; she provides money for concerts in the town.
- At the conclusion of the concert we sang this song.
- Having always been musical from an early age, the singer seems to have been intended for the concert stage.
- Don't let me forget that I owe you for the concert tickets.
- We met each other coming out of the concert hall.
- That singer always gets nervous on the concert platform.
- concert pitch
充分准备状态 a state of complete, and perhaps anxious, readiness and fitness
- in concert
一致 in agreement
- appreciate a concert 欣赏音乐会
- attend a concert 出席音乐会
- enjoy a concert 欣赏音乐会,享受听音乐会的乐趣
- give a concert 举行音乐会
- hear a concert 倾听音乐会的演奏
- listen to a concert 听音乐会的演奏
- play a concert 在音乐会上演奏
- band concert 吹奏乐队演奏会
- benefit concert 义演音乐会
- charity concert 慈善音乐会
- evening concert 晚场音乐会
- rock concert 摇滚音乐会
- school concert 学校音乐会
- symphony concert 交响乐演奏会
- village concert 乡村音乐会
- concert hall 音乐厅
- at a concert 在音乐会上
The foundations were laid for a closer concert between the two peoples in facing the problems of the world.出自： W. S. Churchill
The insurrection seems not to have been judiciously concerted.出自： C. Thirlwall
I hoped that the North Atlantic Treaty countries would concert their policies.出自： D. Acheson
The inability of the sepoys to concert an attack with all their disparate forces.出自： J. G. Farrell
- ☆ 1665年进入英语，直接源自法语；最初源自古典拉丁语的concertare：come (和) + certare (竞争，斗争），意为一起竞争。