What is a virtuoso

virtuoso (German)

Part of speech: adjective

Increases:
positive virtuoso, Comparative more virtuoso, Superlative most virtuoso
Hyphenation:
vir | tu | os, comparative: vir | tu | o | ser, superlative: vir | tu | o | ses | ten
Pronunciation / Stress:
IPA: [vɪʁtuˈoːs], [vɪʁtuˈʔoːs]
Word meaning / definition:
1) Music: masterful, with absolute technical perfection, technically perfect
Origin of the term:
Borrowed in the 17th century from Italian virtuoso "capable, capable, virtuoso, excellent", which in turn goes back to late Latin virtuosus "virtuoso, excellent".
Application examples:
1) He interprets the piece virtuoso.
Word formations:
Virtuosity, virtuoso

Translations

  • English: 1) virtuous
  • French: 1) avec virtuosity, virtuoso (male)virtuoso (Female)
  • Catalan: 1) virtuoso (male) virtuosa, (Female) (approx)
  • Persian: 1) نوازنده‌ی چیره‌دست
  • Swedish: 1) virtuoso
  • Spanish: 1) virtuoso (male) virtuosa, (Female) (it)

virtuoso (Swedish)

Part of speech: adjective

Increases:
positive virtuoso
Hyphenation:
vir | tu | os
Word meaning / definition:
1) virtuoso
Application examples:
1) Första fiolen har en virtuoso technology.
The first violin has one virtuoso Technology.

Translations

Part of speech: noun, (Utrum)

Hyphenation:
vir | tu | os, Plural: vir | tuo | ser
Word meaning / definition:
1) person who has mastered a musical instrument; Virtuoso, virtuoso
Application examples:
1) Martin spelar piano, han är en ung virtuoso från music academy.
Martin plays the piano, he's a young one virtuoso from the music academy.

Translations

  • German: 1) virtuoso(male), Virtuoso (Female)

Practical example sentences

Automatically selected examples in German:

The new novel by bestselling author Peter Høeg plays virtuoso with the possibilities of neuroresearch.
Technology Review, May 24, 2019

Mario Holetzeck staged at the Rudolstadt Theater virtuoso 'The Trial' by Franz Kafka.
young world, February 20, 2019

Crime of the week: James Anderson tells in his debut 'Desert Moon' virtuoso a gripping story of love and loss in the Utah desert.
Bernerzeitung.ch, October 17, 2018

Serious feelings and funny punch lines in the Kongress am Park: Bodo Wartke juggles the German language and underlines his love stories virtuoso with sounds.
Augsburger Allgemeine, April 28, 2019

Puny, virtuoso and telling lightly: Dendemann, the elder statesman of the local hip-hop scene, returns with his solo album 'Da nich für!' back.
DIE ZEIT, January 24, 2019

The viola is an often misunderstood instrument. Few can do it that way virtuoso like Tabea Zimmermann.
Die Zeit, May 13th 2020

The memory is constantly working on the past. Hardly anyone has mastered this gentle art of memory like this virtuoso like Alexander Kluge.
NZZ, June 10, 2020

The season starts today in the town hall with “Gorbachev and Friend”. Theirs virtuoso played balalaika has a lot of fans.
Saarbrücker Zeitung, January 22nd, 2020

The Düsseldorf Kunstpalast celebrates the early work of Pierre Cardin. This connects the virtuoso populist designer futurism and fetish.
TAZ, November 04, 2019

Whether IR experiments or simply natural daylight, the photographers used the photos of the week virtuoso the available light for your shots.
heise online, July 4th, 2020

The usage examples were selected automatically and may therefore contain errors.


Grammar / declensions

Inflection virtuos - The declension of the adjective virtuos

 NominativeGenitivedativeaccusative
definite article
Masculinethe virtuosoof the virtuosothe virtuosothe virtuoso
Femininethe virtuosothe virtuosothe virtuosothe virtuoso
neuterthe virtuosoof the virtuosothe virtuosothe virtuoso
Pluralthe virtuosothe virtuosothe virtuosothe virtuoso
indefinite article
Masculinea virtuosoof a virtuosoa virtuosoa virtuoso
Femininea virtuosoa virtuosoa virtuosoa virtuoso
neutera virtuosoof a virtuosoa virtuosoa virtuoso
without article
Masculinemore virtuosovirtuosovirtuosovirtuoso
Femininevirtuosomore virtuosomore virtuosovirtuoso
neutervirtuosovirtuosovirtuosovirtuoso
Pluralvirtuosomore virtuosovirtuosovirtuoso

Thesaurus & Synonyms

  • admirable: Arousing admiration, deserving; worthy of admiration
  • brilliant: more sophisticated expression for: wonderful or impressive; Physics, from a beam: bundled, with high brilliance; Acoustics, of one sound: rich in overtones, rich in overtones; for color: pure hue, high saturation
  • skillfully: demonstrating great skills, for example of a manual or technical nature
  • with flying colors

Another word (synonym) for virtuoso - source: OpenThesaurus


Dictionary entries

Entries from our dictionary that contain "virtuoso":

virtuosity: ... is characterized by extraordinary virtuosity. Typical word combinations: virtuoso, virtuosity, piano virtuoso, violin virtuoso, singing virtuoso translations ...

virtuoso: Virtuoso (German) part of speech: noun, (male) cases: nominative: singular virtuoso; Plural virtuosos genitive: singular virtuosos; Plural virtuoso dative: singular virtuoso; ...

Flageolet: It was developed with great virtuosity by Paganini. ”Translations English: flageolet French: 1) flageolet Catalan: 1) flabiol Occitan: 1) flaujòl Swedish: flageolet Spanish: 1) flageolet, chirimía

Anti-aesthetics: ... aggressive, familiar, provocative, radical, righteous, defiant, exaggerated, virtuoso, sordid anti-aesthetics with anti-aesthetics: irritate, shock translations ...

virtual: only theoretically existent Origin of the term: from French virtuel 'capable', going back to Latin virtus 'strength, masculinity, virtue' (compare virtuoso) to Latin vir 'man'


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