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Translation of "banjo" - English-Spanish dictionary

banjo

noun /ˈbӕndʒou/ ( plural banjos)
a stringed musical instrument similar to the guitar banjo He plays the banjo Play me a tune on the banjo.
Translations of “banjo”
in Vietnamese đàn banjô…
in Thai แบนโจ (เครื่องดนตรี)…
in Malaysian banjo…
in French banjo…
in German das Banjo…
in Chinese (Traditional) 班卓琴…
in Indonesian banjo…
in Russian банджо…
in Turkish bir tür gitar, banço…
in Chinese (Simplified) 班卓琴…
in Polish bandżo…
(Definition of banjo from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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