Noun(1) an extra or repeated performance; usually given in response to audience demand
Verb(1) request an encore, from a performer
(1) After receiving their prizes, the winners performed an encore .(2) After the first encore , the crowd made it obviously clear they wanted more.(3) After the final encore , the curtains shut and people began to leave.(4) The riot lasted forty-five minutes and an encore performance was put on the following night.(5) We all start stamping our feet and calling for the obligatory encore .(6) Then they produced a second-half encore which delighted their manager even more.(7) The crowd of course couldn't let it go at that and we demanded an encore .(8) They order a jug of sangria, watching the Argentinian who, aware of his audience's renewed interest, is now performing an encore .(9) One starstruck lad stood in front of the stage, waiting patiently for a second encore .(10) We are also pleased that an encore performance was requested by the public.(11) After a few minutes of shouts for more, they reappear for the inevitable encore .(12) The audience loved it nonetheless, applauding and demanding an encore .(13) They are playing their second encore after some serious chanting and foot stomping.(14) everybody got up on stage for the final encore(15) An encore of a Galician folk song was a welcome chance to appreciate the group's many talents once again.(16) The two-hour set was a mix of new songs and older hits with two encores .
(1) encore :: アンコール
1. call again ::
2. recall ::
3. encore ::
Different Formsencore, encored, encores, encoring
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