Word forms "band":
singular band plural bands
1)a) music a small group of musicians who play popular music such as jazz or rock: can be followed by a singular or plural verb
a rock and roll bandb) a large group of musicians who play instruments such as trumpets and drums
a military band2) a group of people who do something together or who share a particular feature or interestband of:
a band of outlaws
a growing band of enthusiasts
It's one of the dwindling band of independent car-makers.3) a range of values, prices, ages etc in a system used for measuring or grouping people or things
The rouble was trading within a band of 4,000 to 4,500 to the pound.
If I get this job, I'll be moving into a higher tax band.4)a) a flat narrow piece of cloth with the ends joined together to form a circle
She wore a band round her hair.
a hat bandb) a narrow circular piece of rubber or metal, often placed around something to support it5) literary a ring that you wear on your finger, especially a wedding ring6)a) a line of something such as colour or light
The male bird has a brown band across its chest.b) a narrow area of rain that passes over a place
We can expect another band of showers in the afternoon.
II UK [bænd] / US verb [transitive, often passive]
Word forms "band":
present tense I/you/we/they band he/she/it bands present participle banding past tense banded past participle banded1) to put a circular band around something
The birds are banded so we can track their movements.2) to put people or things into different groups, for example according to value or incomePhrasal verbs:
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