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Gram·my

 (grăm′ē)
A trademark for an award presented by the National Academy of Recording Arts and Sciences for excellence in the creation and production of musical recordings.

Grammy

(ˈɡræmɪ)
n, pl -mys or -mies
(Music, other) (in the US) one of the gold-plated discs awarded annually for outstanding achievement in the record industry
[C20: from gram(ophone) + my as in Emmy]

Gram•my

(ˈgræm i)

n., pl. -mys, -mies.
one of a group of awards given annually for outstanding achievement in various technical and artistic categories.
[1959; gram (ophone) + -y2]
Translations

Grammy

[ˈgræmɪ] N (Grammys or Grammies (pl)) (US) → Premio m Grammy

Grammy

n (= award)Grammy m (Schallplattenpreis)
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