Synonym: agreement, harmony, music, recital, teamwork, unison. Similar words: concern, concerning, uncertain, uncertainty, concept, concede, conceive, conception. Meaning: ['kɒnsət] n. a performance of music by players or singers not involving theatrical staging. v. 1. contrive (a plan) by mutual agreement 2. settle by agreement.
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1 The concert was rather a scrappy affair.
2 Tickets for this concert have been over-subscribed.
3 Admission to the concert costs.
4 Everyone cheered for the violinist at our school concert.
5 The concert was expected to be a sell-out.
6 He keyed the piano up to a concert pitch.
7 The concert began with the National Anthem.
8 The concert attracted a large turnout.
9 Do you have any tickets for the concert?
10 The acoustics of the new concert hall are excellent.
11 The concert will raise money for local charities.
12 We were going to a concert in Bath Abbey.
13 The hall was packed out for Menuhin's first concert.
14 Three thousand audience crowded the concert hall.
15 They are coming to the concert as my guests.
16 They were able to concert their difference.
17 A crowd of about 15 000 attended the concert.
18 The concert drew a large audience.
19 How much are tickets for the concert?
20 Their concert there was a sell-out.
21 What time does the concert finish?
22 The concert will be broadcast live tomorrow evening.
23 The orchestra is preparing for a concert.
24 I really enjoyed that film/book/concert/party/meal.
25 She was appearing in concert at Carnegie Hall.
26 The brevity of the concert disappointed the audience.
27 She was in good voice at the concert tonight.
28 He will give a concert.
29 How many people were there at the concert?
30 The concert included works by Mozart et al.
More similar words: concern, concerning, uncertain, uncertainty, concept, concede, conceive, conception, concentrate, concentrating, concentration, certain, certainly, for certain, cancer, once, certainly not, dancer, at once, all at once, once more, conclude, concrete, convert, conclusion, once in a while, once upon a time, conciliatory, convince, convinced.