In a way that sounds like music: With every step, her keys made a musical sound in her hand.
b : with the pleasing harmonic qualities of music : melodious. 2 : Have an interest or talent in music. 3 : set or accompanied by music. 4 : Of or pertaining to musicians or music lovers.
MUSICALLY (adverb) definition and synonyms | Macmillan dictionary.
in a way that is pleasant to hear, like music. laugh/speak musically See musically in the Oxford Advanced American Dictionary.
Musical.ly users surprisingly opened their phones today to find that the app has been replaced with a new logo and name: TikTok. The app was acquired by Chinese company ByteDance in November 2017, which this morning integrated Musical.ly into its own TikTok app.
The dominant themes from both phases of the study indicated that to be considered musical a person must be musically engaged, with the most salient types of musical engagement being listening to music, the Playing an instrument or singing.
Musical.ly technically no longer exists. It was acquired by the Chinese company ByteDance in 2017. The app was then shut down in mid-2018 while its user base was merged into TikTok. But his regulatory troubles followed him to his new home.
In short, both TikTok and Musical.ly belong to the same parent company, ByteDance – a Chinese tech company headquartered in Beijing, China. The company has merged two video-sharing apps, TikTok and Musical.ly, into a single consolidated app called TikTok. So Musical.ly is now TikTok.
This shows the grade level based on the complexity of the word. of, pertaining to or producing music: a musical instrument. of the nature or resemblance to music; melodious; harmonious.
Adverb. /ˈɡrɪmli/ /ˈɡrɪmli/ in a way that looks or sounds very serious.
Douyin is the Chinese version of the official TikTok app. Douyin is the official version of TikTok app in China, while other countries refer to the same app as TikTok. Since TikTok official app is banned, users can easily install Douyin app on their Android or iOS phones.
The move to consolidate Musical. ly’s audience with TikTok comes after Bytedance completed its acquisition of Musical.ly in November 2017 in a deal reportedly worth up to $1 billion. Existing Musical.ly user accounts, content and followers will be automatically moved to the new TikTok app, according to the company.
The app was launched in China in 2016 under the name Douyin. It went international in 2017 as TikTok; the name is apparently a game of tick tock, onomatopoeia for clocks and a term for countdowns and minute-by-minute action. In 2017-18, TikTok bought and merged with competitor musical.ly.
early 15th century., “concerning music”; mid-15th century, “melodic, harmonious”; late 15th c., “gifted in making music”, from medieval Latin musicalis, from Latin musica (see music).