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    overture - Dictionary definition and meaning for word overture

    Definition
    (noun) orchestral music played at the beginning of an opera or oratorio Definition
    (noun) something that serves as a preceding event or introduces what follows
    Synonyms : preliminary , prelude
    Example Sentence
    • training is a necessary preliminary to employment
    • drinks were the overture to dinner
    Definition
    (noun) a tentative suggestion designed to elicit the reactions of others
    Synonyms : advance , approach , feeler
    Example Sentence
    • she rejected his advances
   Mnemonics (Memory Aids) for overture

over + tune...when 1 tune gets over its time for an overture

show is going to CHAR your brain but what will OVER CHAR your brain ?? Yes, something that elongates the show by a LONG BEGINNING or PRECEDING EVENT.

Opera VIRTUE TUNE~>for good quality music,instruments are tuned...this occurs usually before opera starts...

OVERTURE OVER gives a meaning for EXCESSIVENESS TURE sounds like CHARNA in hindi (as in DIMAAG MAT CHAR YAAR) So imagine a very pathetic folk concert going on. Unfortunately you got stuck in that show and you have to listen to it. Complete s

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Seconf half sounds like mature. With a matured thought, anyone would call for peace talks not continuing arms.

overture sounds like overtuning. before listening to FM radio we have to tune it for long for song which suits our taste. so overture = over + tune (re) is long musical introduction

by virtue of which preceding can come.is ovr+ture

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