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WordReference Random House Learner's Dictionary of American English © 2019
op•er•a1 /ˈɑpərə, ˈɑprə/USA pronunciation   n., pl.  -er•as. 
  1. Music and Dancea long dramatic musical work similar to a play but in which the parts are sung: [countable]sang in many operas.[uncountable]has a love of opera.
See -oper-.
WordReference Random House Unabridged Dictionary of American English © 2019
op•er•a1  (opər ə, oprə),USA pronunciation n. 
  1. Music and Dancean extended dramatic composition, in which all parts are sung to instrumental accompaniment, that usually includes arias, choruses, and recitatives, and that sometimes includes ballet. Cf.  comic opera, grand opera. 
  2. Music and Dancethe form or branch of musical and dramatic art represented by such compositions.
  3. Music and Dancethe score or the words of such a composition.
  4. Music and Dancea performance of one:to go to the opera.
  5. Music and Dance(sometimes cap.) an opera house or resident company:the Paris Opera.
  • Latin, plural of opus service, work, a work, opus
  • Italian: work, opera
  • 1635–45

o•pe•ra2  pər ə, opər ə),USA pronunciation n. [Chiefly Music.]
  1. Music and Dancea pl. of  opus. 

WordReference Random House Learner's Dictionary of American English © 2019
o•pus /ˈoʊpəs/USA pronunciation   n.[countable]pl.  o•pus•es or, esp. for 2, ,.  o•pe•ra 
    /ˈoʊpərə, ˈɑpərə/.USA pronunciation  
  1. Music and Danceone of the musical works of a composer.
  2. Literaturea literary or artistic work.
See -oper-.
WordReference Random House Unabridged Dictionary of American English © 2019
o•pus  pəs),USA pronunciation n., pl.  o•pus•es  or, esp. for 1, 2, o•pe•ra 
    pəs),USA pronunciation 
  1. Music and Dancea musical composition.
  2. Music and Danceone of the compositions of a composer, usually numbered according to the order of publication.
  3. Literaturea literary work or composition, as a book:Have you read her latest opus?Abbr.: op.
  • Latin: work, labor, a work
  • 1695–1705


Collins Concise English Dictionary © HarperCollins Publishers::

opera /ˈɒpərə; ˈɒprə/ n
  1. an extended dramatic work in which music constitutes a dominating feature, either consisting of separate recitatives, arias, and choruses, or having a continuous musical structure
  2. the branch of music or drama represented by such works
  3. the score, libretto, etc, of an opera
  4. a theatre where opera is performed
Etymology: 17th Century: via Italian from Latin: work, a work, plural of opus work
opera /ˈɒpərə/ n
  1. a plural of opus



opus /ˈəʊpəs ˈɔp-/ n ( pl opuses, opera /ˈɒpərə/)
  1. an artistic composition, esp a musical work
  2. (often capital) (usually followed by a number) a musical composition by a particular composer, generally catalogued in order of publication: Beethoven's opus 61 is his violin concerto

Abbreviation: op.
Etymology: 18th Century: from Latin: a work; compare Sanskrit apas work



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