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baritonenoun [C]

uk   /ˈbær.ɪ.təʊn/  us   /-toʊn/
a man with a singing voice that is lower than a tenor but not as low as a bass, or a musical instrument with this range
Translations of “baritone”
in Arabic باريتون (الصوت الرجالي من الطبقة الخافتة)…
in Korean 바리톤…
in Malaysian bariton…
in French bariton…
in Turkish bariton, müzikte bir ses…
in Italian baritono…
in Chinese (Traditional) 男中音歌手, 上低音號…
in Russian баритон…
in Polish baryton…
in Vietnamese giọng nam trung…
in Spanish barítono…
in Portuguese barítono…
in Thai เสียงต่ำของนักร้องชาย…
in German der Bariton…
in Catalan baríton…
in Japanese バリトン(歌手)…
in Indonesian bariton…
in Chinese (Simplified) 男中音歌手, 上低音号…
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