Idioms about concert
Origin of concert
OTHER WORDS FROM concertpost·con·cert, adjective
How to use concert in a sentence
That would be music to the ears of Live Nation, the concert and event behemoth that owns the likes of Ticketmaster.
The group’s online concert in October also drew more than 100 million fans.For fans of BTS, the only thing better than the group is each other|Marian Liu|November 20, 2020|Washington Post
They are hungry for experiences to fill at least some of the void left by closed restaurants, shuttered concert venues, canceled events, and the inability to travel.Five SEO tips to dominate local search this holiday season|Jim Yu|November 20, 2020|Search Engine Watch
Ultimately, the plan is for people to get a Lead Horizon test when they buy a ticket to a concert or game, with the cost being split among the promoter, the government, and the person taking the test.Want to bring back major sports events and concerts? The answer may lie in a mouthwash test for COVID|David Meyer|November 14, 2020|Fortune
There aren’t as many opportunities to purchase, say, concert or airline tickets.
The only use to which he could turn this time of horrible suspense was in concerting a plan of action with his colleagues.
All the night before I had sat up with Ryall, answering correspondence and concerting my defence.The History Of The Last Trial By Jury For Atheism In England|George Jacob Holyoake
The month ends with a fine day; and I have been walking, and visiting Lewis, and concerting where to see Mr. Harley.The Journal to Stella|Jonathan Swift
The prince and the monk meanwhile conferred apart in low tones, concerting measures for present and future security.Heroines of the Crusades|C. A. Bloss
The Bonapartes moved from place to place, mainly with the view of concerting measures for the recovery of Corsica.
British Dictionary definitions for concert
- a performance of music by players or singers that does not involve theatrical stagingCompare recital (def. 1)
- (as modifier)a concert version of an opera
- acting in a co-ordinated fashion with a common purpose
- (of musicians, esp rock musicians) performing live