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  1. prog
    IPA[präɡ]
  2. noun

    • 1. a style of rock music popular especially in the 1970s and characterized by classical influences, the use of keyboard instruments, and lengthy compositions:

      the band's blend of prog, psychedelia, and '60s pop I'm a child of the 60s and love prog rock a prog rock band
    • 2. short for progressive

    adjective

    • 1. relating to or denoting rock music characterized by classical influences, the use of keyboard instruments, and lengthy compositions; progressive:

      one of the most important prog albums of all time
  3. Variation

    • n.: noun: prog

    • noun

      a television or radio program:

      a computer program:

    • noun

      a style of rock music popular especially in the 1970s and characterized by classical influences, the use of keyboard instruments, and lengthy compositions:

      an advocate of social reform; a progressive:

    • adjective

      relating to or denoting rock music characterized by classical influences, the use of keyboard instruments, and lengthy compositions; progressive:
    • noun

      a television or radio programme:

      a computer program:

    • noun

      a performer or fan of progressive rock:
    • noun

      a performer or fan of progressive rock:
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