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WordReference Random House Learner's Dictionary of American English © 2015
art1 /ɑrt/USA pronunciation n. 
  1. Fine Art[uncountable] the making of things considered beautiful:Art is her field of activity.
  2. Fine Art[uncountable] the objects produced in this way:a great collection of Japanese art.
  3. [uncountable] the activity, skill, or subject of study concerned with producing such objects:majored in art in college.
  4. Fine Art[countable] a field or category of art: Dance is an art.
  5. [uncountable] any field using the skills or techniques of art:industrial art.
  6. [uncountable] artwork (def. 2).
  7. [countable; usually singular] skill in conducting any human activity:the art of conversation.
arts, [plural]
  • a branch of study in a college or university, including history, languages, music, philosophy, or literature, as opposed to scientific subjects.

art2 /ɑrt/USA pronunciation v.  Archaic.

    second person singular present indicative form of the verb beused with "thou,'' an old form of "You'':Thou art.

suffix. -art is a variant form of -ard. It is found in such words as: braggart.

art.,  an abbreviation of:


Collins Concise English Dictionary © HarperCollins Publishers::

art /ɑːt/ n
  1. the creation of works of beauty or other special significance
  2. (as modifier): an art movement
  3. the exercise of human skill (as distinguished from nature)
  4. imaginative skill as applied to representations of the natural world or figments of the imagination
  5. the products of man's creative activities; works of art collectively, esp of the visual arts, sometimes also music, drama, dance, and literature
  6. (as modifier): an art gallery
  7. any branch of the visual arts, esp painting
  8. any field using the techniques of art to display artistic qualities
  9. (as modifier): an art film
  10. method, facility, or knack: the art of threading a needle, the art of writing letters
  11. the system of rules or principles governing a particular human activity: the art of government
  12. artfulness; cunning
  13. get something down to a fine artto become highly proficient at something through practice

See also artsEtymology: 13th Century: from Old French, from Latin ars craftsmanship
art /ɑːt/ vb
  1. archaic (used with the pronoun thou)
    a singular form of the present tense (indicative mood) of be
Etymology: Old English eart, part of bēon to be

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