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English definition of “woodwind”

woodwind

adjective [before noun]     /ˈwʊd.wɪnd/
belonging or relating to a group of pipe-shaped musical instruments that are played by blowing through one end or across a hole near one end: The clarinet, flute, saxophone, and bassoon are all woodwind instruments.Wind instruments
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