encore|encores in English


[en·core || ɒŋ'kɔː]

request by an audience for a repeat or additional performance; performance given in response to such a request

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1. 3 The singer gave four encores.

2. Merde encore!

3. Ali's recitation was so good that she gave three encores.

4. AO: One encore, yes.

5. The violinist got an encore.

6. He took encore after encore until the thinning crowd finally disappeared into the dark autumn evening.

7. Avouchier survit encore dans l'angl

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9. The audience called for an encore.

10. The violinist got an enthusiastic encore.

11. Lang's final encore last night was "Barefoot".

12. The pianist gave a long and varied recital, with a couple of encores for good measure.

13. And this band were just getting encore after f***ing encore; it was really good stuff, a real grunge-fest.

14. Plant your garden masterpiece with Encore Azaleas

15. But what could you do for an encore?

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18. The band came back onstage for an encore.

19. The maestro assented to the request for an encore.

20. For an encore, he sang an unaccompanied folk song.

21. Encore presentations aired on A-Channel, Star! and FashionTelevisionChannel.

22. Encore couples have established careers instead of student loans.

23. Écrire l’Argot est encore une autre paire de manches.

24. You'll never get an encore if you perform like that!

25. They did a few old hits as/for an encore.