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See also bända, and Banda

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From Spanish banda

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Banda

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Banda (uncountable)
  1. A type of Mexican brass band music
    • 2007 January 13, Seth Kugel, “The Sounds of Mexico Hit New York Airwaves”, New York Times:
      With very little fanfare, WZAA had become the first FM station in New York offering a format known as Mexican Regiona, which includes genres like ranchera, banda and norteña music.</span>

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Banda f. sg.

  1. gang

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Banda f.

  1. (informal) gang, crowd, band

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Banda

  1. A musical band.

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Banda

  1. To be part of a musical band.

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Banda

  1. Around—for location and time.

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banda

  1. third-person singular past historic form of bander

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Banda f. (plural Bandas)

  1. band (musical group)
  2. band, strip

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Patrono:Hil-noun

  1. strap

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From Italian banda (group)

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Banda (plural bandák)

  1. gang (of thieves etc.), band, crew

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banda f. (plural bande)

  1. side
  2. band (in all senses)
  3. gang or group
  4. tape or strip

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From Italian

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banda

  1. side

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  • IPA: [ˈbanda]

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Banda f.

  1. band (a group of people loosely united for a common purpose)
  2. cushion (the lip around a table in cue sports)

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Banda f. (plural Bandas)

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Banda f.

Plural
Bandas f.

  1. band.
  2. gang or group.
  3. badge.

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Patrono:Sv-verb-reg-ar banda

  1. to record to a magnetic tape

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  1. A musical band.
    Maraming banda ang tutugtog sa palabas.
    Many bands will perform in the show.

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Banda [[Category:{{[[Template:|{{{1}}}]]}} verbs|Banda]]

  1. To be part of a musical band.
    Nagbabanda sila bilang raket.
    They play in bands for some income.

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Banda [[Category:{{[[Template:|{{{1}}}]]}} prepositions|Banda]]

  1. Around—for location and time.
    Aalis ako ng bandang alas kuwatro ng hapon.
    I'll leave at around four PM.
    Banda roon lang nakalagay ang susi.
    The keys have been placed just around there.

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