Examples of trio in a Sentence
He plays in a jazz trio.
the band was just a trio of musicians on piano, drums, and saxophone
Recent Examples of trio from the Web
The workplace dramedy, created by Sarah Watson, introduced viewers to a trio of enthusiastic, offbeat young women working for the fictional fashion magazine magazine Scarlet.
Live music at park Face This Way, a trio of guitar, drums, bass and vocals, will perform classic rock in a free concert at Central Green Park, 23501 Cinco Ranch Blvd. on June 16.
And apart from releasing a trio of US prisoners and staging what most experts believe is a public relations stunt by dismantling a nuclear test site, Kim has offered no meaningful concessions.
Fong’s big project of late has been something called Astrobee, a free-flying trio of autonomous robots that will travel to the ISS in November.
At a tour stop in Brooklyn in May, bandmates Rachel Flotard and Shelly Short formed a powerhouse frontline with Case at the club Littlefield, delivering new songs like a trio of wisecracking Valkyries.
The 20-year-old took to Instagram to post a trio of photos in a leopard-print slip dress from Rat and Boa.
Director Timothy Near’s meticulous production deftly renders Fugard’s gem orchestrating a balanced trio of nuanced performances.
As a result, Wednesday was a banner day for Mason baseball in the Major League Baseball Draft as coach Curt Bly's crew saw a trio of former Comets selected and another given a free-agency opportunity.
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TRIO Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of trio for English Language Learners
: a group of three singers or musicians who perform together; also : a piece of music for such a group
: a group of three people or things
TRIO Defined for Kids
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