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Webster

English Word:

etude


English Pronunciation:

e•tude


Noun:


⇨Etymology

(French) See Study.


⇨Definition

1. A composition in the fine arts which is intended, or may serve, for a study.

2. (Music) A study; an exercise; a piece for practice of some special point of technical execution.



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Wiktionary

Etymology:

From the around the year 1837, from French étude (meaning "study") from the Latin word studium (meaning "spirit", "devotion" or "study").


Synonyms:

(a song written as an exercise): study


Noun:

etude (plural etudes) (music) A short piece of music, designed to give a soloist performer practice in a particular area or skill.


Reference:

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1.etude
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