Noun(1) the total output of a writer or artist (or a substantial part of it
(1) The selectors have a good eye for an oeuvre and an outstanding contacts book.(2) By 1925, he ceased composing new works and instead revised his existing oeuvre .(3) an early oeuvre(4) An oeuvre that successfully cut across two distinct areas of film production: the art film and commercial cinema.(5) the complete oeuvre of Mozart(6) Despite this scant coverage, Miller's parceled body plays a significant part in his artistic oeuvre .(7) Like Jack, he contributed to the substantial body of Lindsay autobiography, a significant oeuvre in its own right.(8) In his oeuvre we can see work that seems weak and writing which may not satisfy.(9) A CD of selections from Bartok's oeuvre performed by the author is attached within the back cover.(10) With this publication, Wroth's complete oeuvre of published and unpublished works may be accessed in modern print editions.(11) Its course demands stamina, but the oeuvre of the Spanish master unfurls artlessly as a fascinating school of seeing.(12) The Festival seeks to offer productions that will, over the years, lay the oeuvre before the public.(13) This anthology serves as an introduction to the band's complete oeuvre .(14) This causes havoc to the catalogue-based model of the oeuvre complete.(15) the complete oeuvre of Mozart(16) While it might not be suitable for young children, it certainly is one of the mildest films in his oeuvre .
(1) hors d'oeuvre :: つき出し
1. body of work ::
2. work ::
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