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From Middle English medle, from Patrono:Xno[[Category:Patrono:Xno derivations|Medley]] [[medlee#Patrono:Xno|medlee]], from [[medlé#Patrono:Xno|medlé]], past participle of [[medler#Patrono:Xno|medler]] (to mix)

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Singular
Medley

Plural
Medleys

Medley (plural Medleys)
  1. A collection or mixture of complementary things.
    a fruit medley
  2. (music) A collection of related songs played or mixed together as a single piece.
    They played a medley of favorite folk songs as an encore.
  3. (swimming) A competitive swimming event that combines the four strokes of butterfly, backstroke, breaststroke, and freestyle.

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Infinitive
to Medley

Third person singular
Medleys

Simple past
Medleyed

Past participle
Medleyed

Present participle
Medleying

to Medley (third-person singular simple present Medleys, present participle Medleying, simple past and past participle Medleyed)
  1. (music) To combine, to form a medley.

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From English medley.

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  • IPA: /mɛdli/, [ˈmɛd̥li]

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Medley n. (singular definite Medleyet, plural indefinite Medleyer)

  1. medley (of songs; swimming event)
    Carola sang et medley af "Fame" og "Flashdance" ved koncerten.
    Carola sang a medley of "Fame" and "Flashdance" at the concert.

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