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noun Music.

a symbol () that lowers the pitch of the note following it by two semitones.
a note or tone marked or affected by such a symbol.

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double flat

noun

music
  1. an accidental that lowers the pitch of the following note two semitonesUsual symbol:
  2. a note affected by this accidental

adjective double-flat

(postpositive) denoting a note of a given letter name lowered in pitch by two semitones
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