band1 W2S2 [bænd] n[Sense: 1-2; Date: 1400-1500; : French; Origin: bande 'group of people'][Sense: 3-6; Date: 1400-1500; : French; Origin: bande 'flat strip, edge, side']1.) [also + plural verb] BrEa group of musicians, especially a group that plays popular music▪ The band was playing old Beatles songs.▪ Smith joined the band in 1989.▪ They formed a band when they were still at school.▪ The entertainment includes a disco and live band .▪ interviews with band members2.) a group of people formed because of a common belief or purposeband of▪ a small band of volunteers▪ bands of soldiers3.) a range of numbers within a system▪ Interest rates stayed within a relatively narrow band.age/tax/income etc band▪ people within the $20,000-$30,000 income band4.) a flat, narrow piece of something with one end joined to the other to form a circle▪ papers held together with a rubber band▪ a slim gold band on her finger5.) a narrow area of light, colour, land etc that is different from the areas around it▪ The birds have a distinctive blue band round their eyes.band of▪ a thin band of cloud6.) technical a range of radio signals= ↑waveband▬▬▬▬▬▬▬COLLOCATES for sense 1play in a band (=be a musician in a band)the band plays something (=the musicians play music)join a bandform a bandrock/pop/jazz etc bandlive band (=a band playing live music, not recorded music)band memberband leader▬▬▬▬▬▬▬band 2band2 v [T usually passive]BrE to put people or things into different groups, usually according to income, value, or price▪ After valuation, properties will be banded in groups of £20,000 or more.band together phr vif people band together, they unite in order to achieve something▪ Local people have banded together to fight the company's plans.
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