[ sem-ee-kwey-ver ]
/ ˈsɛm iˌkweɪ vər /
noun Music (chiefly British ).
a sixteenth note.
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Also called demiquaver.
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/ (ˈsɛmɪˌkweɪvə) /
music a note having the time value of one-sixteenth of a semibreveUsual US and Canadian name: sixteenth note
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