[ vah-re-ze; English vuh-rey-zee, -see ]
/ vɑˈrɛ zɛ; English vəˈreɪ zi, -si /
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a city in N Italy, NW of Milan.
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[ vuh-reyz, -rez, French va-rez ]
/ vəˈreɪz, -ˈrɛz, French vaˈrɛz /
Ed·gard [ed-gar], /ɛdˈgar/, 1885–1965, U.S. composer, born in France.
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How to use Varese in a sentence
Varese’s called music “organized sound” and effectively erased the distinction between music and noise.Your Brain Is Like Beethoven - Issue 107: The Edge|Jonathan Berger|October 27, 2021|Nautilus
It isn’t all part of a master plan, Varese argues in Mafias on the Move, but rather the result of circumstances and economic opportunity.
British Dictionary definitions for Varese (1 of 2)
/ (Italian vaˈreːse) /
a historic city in N Italy, in Lombardy near Lake Varese: manufacturing centre, esp for leather goods. Pop: 80 511 (2001)
British Dictionary definitions for Varese (2 of 2)
/ (væˈrɛz) /
Edgar (d) (ɛdɡar). 1883–1965, US composer, born in France. His works, which combine extreme dissonance with complex rhythms and the use of electronic techniques, include Ionisation (1931) and Poème électronique (1958)
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