A way of rhythmic subdivision close to that of quaver triplets which originated, and is mostly only found in jazz. Also a style of music.
A style of jazz in the 1930s that succeeded New Orleans jazz, influence by the big band movement, solo breaks, and popular song.
(1) (noun) the difference between the scores of two teams;(2) (noun) the difference between a score actually made and one that might have been made;(3) (verb) take chances in an attempt to create unusual or especially good results in an effort to make up lost ground.(slang) (verb) play a round of (a suit).(slang) (noun) a round (of a suit). [Usage: Declarer pulled trumps in one swing.