band

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UK:*UK and possibly other pronunciationsUK and possibly other pronunciations/ˈbænd/US:USA pronunciation: IPA and respellingUSA pronuncation: IPA/bænd/ ,USA pronunciation: respelling(band)


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band

Most examples are given in US English. We have labeled exceptions as UK.
n
  1. the [opening, headlining] band
  2. [rock, jazz, marching, country, big, backing] band
  3. [started, joined, formed] a band
  4. the band began to play
  5. saw the band (play, perform) live
  6. [plays, sings] in a band
  7. plays [guitar, keyboards, drums] in the band
  8. is a member of the band
  9. is the band [singer, drummer]
  10. is my favorite band
  11. is opening for the band
  12. the band is playing at [halftime, intermission]
  13. band and orchestra
  14. the [drummer, lead singer] of the band
  15. a battle of the bands
  16. a band of [thieves, robbers, tricksters]
  17. is wearing an [arm, wrist] band
  18. need an [arm] band to [get in, return, buy drinks]
  19. [frequency, radio] band
  20. use an elastic band to [wrap, tighten, seal]
  21. [an elastic, a rubber] band
  22. [a wedding, an engagement] band
  23. a band of [gold, silver]
  24. a [dress, hat] with a red band
n as adj
  1. is a band [member, leader]
  2. am in band class
  3. am taking band [classes, lessons]
v
  1. banded together to [form, buy, get]
  2. if we all band together
  3. the [troops, families] were banded together
  4. the [ring, bracelet, metal, iron, ivory] was banded
  5. banded it with [gold, black, silver, chrome]
  6. (was) banded with [gold]
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