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NounEdit

conjunto (plural conjuntos)

  1. a small Latin American musical ensemble, mainly in Mexico and Cuba
    • 2009 April 13, A. E. Velez, “Manny Oquendo, Latin Band Leader and Stylistic Innovator, Dies at 78”, in New York Times[1]:
      In 1962, he joined Eddie Palmieri’s seminal band, La Perfecta, which challenged the big band scene with a smaller, conjunto lineup that called for fewer players and more improvisation.

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VerbEdit

conjunto

  1. first-person singular present indicative form of conjuntar

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EtymologyEdit

From Latin coniunctus (adjoining, connected).

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NounEdit

conjunto m (plural conjuntos)

  1. a group of people
    Synonyms: equipe, grupo
  2. collection, a group of objects
    Synonym: coleção
  3. (music) band
    Synonym: banda
  4. (mathematics) set (collection of mathematical objects, often having a common property)

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For quotations of use of this term, see Citations:conjunto.

AdjectiveEdit

conjunto m (feminine singular conjunta, masculine plural conjuntos, feminine plural conjuntas, sometimes comparable)

  1. (not comparable) joined, linked
    Synonyms: junto, ligado
    Antonym: separado
  2. contiguous
    Synonym: contíguo
  3. adjoining, nearby
    Synonyms: perto, próximo
    Antonyms: distante, longe
  4. (not comparable) joint (done by two or more people together)

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EtymologyEdit

From Latin coniunctus, past participle of coniungere, this from cum- + iungere.

PronunciationEdit

  • IPA(key): /konˈxunto/, [kõŋˈxũn̪t̪o]
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AdjectiveEdit

conjunto (feminine singular conjunta, masculine plural conjuntos, feminine plural conjuntas)

  1. joint

NounEdit

conjunto m (plural conjuntos)

  1. group
  2. squad
  3. (mathematics) set

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