jazzer - Wiktionary
jazzer
English
Etymology
From jazz +‎ -er.
Noun
jazzer (plural jazzers)
  1. (colloquial, rare) Something with energy or pizzazz. [from 20th c.]
  2. (colloquial) A jazz musician; someone who likes or dances to jazz music. [from 20th c.]
    • 2004, Harris M. Berger, Giovanna Del Negro, Identity and everyday life (page 106)
      Unlike the players from the other scenes, however, the Cleveland jazzers would also engage in reflexive thought even when there are no immediate problems.
    • 2021, Gavin Plumley, ‘A Boulevardier Writes…’, Literary Review, 497, June:
      Taking an opportunity to follow jazzer Paul Whiteman's band to Berlin, he remained in the German capital until Hitler's rise to power.
Synonyms
Translations
a jazz musician
Portuguese: jazzista (pt) m or f
Spanish: jazzista (es) m or f
French
Etymology
jazz +‎ -er
Pronunciation
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Verb
jazzer
to jazz (play jazz music)
Conjugation
Conjugation of jazzer (see also Appendix:French verbs)
infinitivesimplejazzer
compoundavoir + past participle
present participle or gerund1simplejazzant
/dʒɑ.zɑ̃/
compoundayant + past participle
past participlejazzé
/dʒɑ.ze/
singularplural
firstsecondthirdfirstsecondthird
indicativeje (j’)tuil, ellenousvousils, elles
(simple
tenses)
presentjazze
/dʒɑz/
jazzes
/dʒɑz/
jazze
/dʒɑz/
jazzons
/dʒɑ.zɔ̃/
jazzez
/dʒɑ.ze/
jazzent
/dʒɑz/
imperfectjazzais
/dʒɑ.zɛ/
jazzais
/dʒɑ.zɛ/
jazzait
/dʒɑ.zɛ/
jazzions
/dʒɑ.zjɔ̃/
jazziez
/dʒɑ.zje/
jazzaient
/dʒɑ.zɛ/
past historic2jazzai
/dʒɑ.ze/
jazzas
/dʒɑ.za/
jazza
/dʒɑ.za/
jazzâmes
/dʒɑ.zam/
jazzâtes
/dʒɑ.zat/
jazzèrent
/dʒɑ.zɛʁ/
futurejazzerai
/dʒɑz.ʁe/
jazzeras
/dʒɑz.ʁa/
jazzera
/dʒɑz.ʁa/
jazzerons
/dʒɑz.ʁɔ̃/
jazzerez
/dʒɑz.ʁe/
jazzeront
/dʒɑz.ʁɔ̃/
conditionaljazzerais
/dʒɑz.ʁɛ/
jazzerais
/dʒɑz.ʁɛ/
jazzerait
/dʒɑz.ʁɛ/
jazzerions
/dʒɑ.zə.ʁjɔ̃/
jazzeriez
/dʒɑ.zə.ʁje/
jazzeraient
/dʒɑz.ʁɛ/
(compound
tenses)
present perfectpresent indicative of avoir + past participle
pluperfectimperfect indicative of avoir + past participle
past anterior2past historic of avoir + past participle
future perfectfuture of avoir + past participle
conditional perfectconditional of avoir + past participle
subjunctiveque je (j’)que tuqu’il, qu’elleque nousque vousqu’ils, qu’elles
(simple
tenses)
presentjazze
/dʒɑz/
jazzes
/dʒɑz/
jazze
/dʒɑz/
jazzions
/dʒɑ.zjɔ̃/
jazziez
/dʒɑ.zje/
jazzent
/dʒɑz/
imperfect2jazzasse
/dʒɑ.zas/
jazzasses
/dʒɑ.zas/
jazzât
/dʒɑ.za/
jazzassions
/dʒɑ.za.sjɔ̃/
jazzassiez
/dʒɑ.za.sje/
jazzassent
/dʒɑ.zas/
(compound
tenses)
pastpresent subjunctive of avoir + past participle
pluperfect2imperfect subjunctive of avoir + past participle
imperativetunousvous
simplejazze
/dʒɑz/
jazzons
/dʒɑ.zɔ̃/
jazzez
/dʒɑ.ze/
compoundsimple imperative of avoir + past participlesimple imperative of avoir + past participlesimple imperative of avoir + past participle
1 The French gerund is only usable with the preposition en.
2 In less formal writing or speech, the past historic, past anterior, imperfect subjunctive and pluperfect subjunctive tenses may be found to have been replaced with the indicative present perfect, indicative pluperfect, present subjunctive and past subjunctive tenses respectively (Christopher Kendris [1995], Master the Basics: French, pp. 77, 78, 79, 81).
Derived terms
jazzifier
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