jazzy

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jazz·y

 (jăz′ē)
adj. jazz·i·er, jazz·i·est
1. Resembling jazz in form or nature.
2. Slang Showy; flashy: a jazzy car.

jazz′i·ly adv.
jazz′i·ness n.

jazzy

(ˈdʒæzɪ)
adj, jazzier or jazziest
1. (Jazz) of, characteristic of, or resembling jazz music
2. gaudy or flashy: a jazzy car.
ˈjazzily adv
ˈjazziness n

jazz•y

(ˈdʒæz i)

adj. jazz•i•er, jazz•i•est.
1. pertaining to or suggestive of jazz music.
2. Slang. active or lively.
3. Slang. fancy or flashy: a jazzy sweater.
[1915–20, Amer.]
jazz′i•ly, adv.
jazz′i•ness, n.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adj.1.jazzy - resembling jazz (especially in its rhythm)
rhythmic, rhythmical - recurring with measured regularity; "the rhythmic chiming of church bells"- John Galsworthy; "rhythmical prose"
2.jazzy - (used especially of clothes) marked by conspicuous display
colourful, colorful - striking in variety and interest; "a colorful period of history"; "a colorful character"; "colorful language"

jazzy

adjective flashy, fancy, snazzy (informal), gaudy, wild, smart, lively a check sports jacket, worn with a plain shirt and jazzy tie
Translations
ذو ألوان صاخِبَهمن نَوْع موسيقى الجاز
džezovýkřiklavý
jazzagtigsmart
dzsessz-szerû
djass-líflegur, skrautlegur
caza benzerparlak

jazzy

[ˈdʒæzɪ] ADJ (jazzier (compar) (jazziest (superl)))
1. (Mus) → sincopado
2. (= showy) [dress etc] → de colores llamativos, de colores chillones

jazzy

[ˈdʒæzi] adj
(= smart and modern) [product, style] → sophistiqué(e)
(= bright and cheerful) [colour] → gai(e)
[beat] → de jazz; [number, ballad] → de jazz

jazzy

adj (+er)
colourknallig (inf), → auffallend, schreiend (pej); patternwild, stark gemustert, auffallend; dress, tiepoppig (inf), → knallig (inf)
musicverjazzt

jazzy

[ˈdʒæzɪ] adj (-ier (comp) (-iest (superl))) (pattern, design) → vistoso/a, chiassoso/a; (rhythm) → jazzistico/a

jazz

(dʒaz) noun
popular music of American Negro origin. She prefers jazz to classical music; (also adjective) a jazz musician.
ˈjazzy adjective
1. bright or bold in colour or design. a jazzy shirt.
2. of or like jazz. jazzy music.
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