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soprano

noun [C] uk   /səˈprɑː.nəʊ/ us    /-ˈpræn.oʊ/ ( plural sopranos)
a woman or girl with a voice that can sing the highest notes
soprano
adjective, adverb uk   us  
Translations of “soprano”
in Korean 소프라노…
in Arabic سوبرانو (الصوت النسائي الأعلى في الأوبرا)…
in French soprano…
in Turkish soprano…
in Italian soprano…
in Chinese (Traditional) 女高音歌手, 童聲女高音歌手…
in Russian сопрано…
in Polish sopran…
in Spanish soprano…
in Portuguese soprano…
in German der Sopran…
in Catalan soprano…
in Japanese ソプラノ(歌手)…
in Chinese (Simplified) 女高音歌手, 童声女高音歌手…
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