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stave

noun  us   /steɪv/
a staff
Translations of “stave”
in Arabic السُلّم الموسيقي…
in Korean 오선…
in Malaysian baluk…
in French portée…
in Italian rigo musicale, pentagramma…
in Chinese (Traditional) 五線譜…
in Vietnamese khuông nhạc…
in Spanish pentagrama…
in Portuguese partitura…
in Thai โน้ตเพลง…
in German das Notensystem…
in Catalan pentagrama…
in Japanese 五線譜…
in Indonesian bagian partitur…
in Chinese (Simplified) 五线谱…
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