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.
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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
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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.
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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"
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jazzy

adjective flashy, fancy, snazzy (informal), gaudy, wild, smart, lively a check sports jacket, worn with a plain shirt and jazzy tie
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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
Collins Spanish Dictionary - Complete and Unabridged 8th Edition 2005 © William Collins Sons & Co. Ltd. 1971, 1988 © HarperCollins Publishers 1992, 1993, 1996, 1997, 2000, 2003, 2005

jazzy

[ˈdʒæzi] adj
(= smart and modern) [product, style] → sophistiqué(e)
(= bright and cheerful) [colour] → gai(e)
[beat] → de jazz; [number, ballad] → de jazz
Collins English/French Electronic Resource. © HarperCollins Publishers 2005

jazzy

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

[ˈdʒæzɪ] adj (-ier (comp) (-iest (superl))) (pattern, design) → vistoso/a, chiassoso/a; (rhythm) → jazzistico/a
Collins Italian Dictionary 1st Edition © HarperCollins Publishers 1995

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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His deeply frightening Franken-stein--was there ever an outsider further out than Frankenstein?--later morphed into a civilized and jazzily drawn sweetheart who seemed to live in the same neighborhood as the Addams family but reverted to the gothic when horror comics came into vogue and terrified Dr.
The other premiere was John McCabe's 'Trumpet Concerto, La Primavera', jazzily lyrical (the slow movement has the soloist adopting Miles Davis's flugelhorn), crystallyclear brittle, and featuring extensive duetting between soloist and bongo-rich percussion (Jan Bradley, un-named in the programme, but what a star he is).