noun du·et \dü-ˈet also dyü-\

: a piece of music that is performed by two singers or musicians

Full Definition of DUET

:  a composition for two performers

Examples of DUET

  1. They sang the duet beautifully.
  2. a piano and flute duet

Origin of DUET

Italian duetto, diminutive of duo duo
First Known Use: circa 1740


du·et·ted or du·et·eddu·et·ting or du·et·ing

Definition of DUET

intransitive verb
:  to perform a duet

First Known Use of DUET



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