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flute

noun [C] uk   us   /fluːt/

flute noun [C] (MUSICAL INSTRUMENT)

B1 a tube-shaped musical instrument with a hole that you blow across at one end while holding the tube out horizontally to one side

flute noun [C] (GLASS)

Translations of “flute”
in Arabic ناي, فلوت…
in Korean 플루트…
in Malaysian seruling…
in French flûte…
in Turkish flüt…
in Italian flauto (traverso)…
in Chinese (Traditional) 長笛…
in Russian флейта…
in Polish flet…
in Vietnamese ống sáo…
in Spanish flauta…
in Portuguese flauta (transversal)…
in Thai ขลุ่ย…
in German die Flöte…
in Catalan flauta…
in Japanese フルート…
in Indonesian suling…
in Chinese (Simplified) 长笛…
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