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Translation of "clarinet" - English-Spanish dictionary

clarinet

noun /klӕrəˈnet/
a type of musical wind instrument, usually made of wood, and played by means of keys and fingers covering combinations of holes
clarinete
Sonata for Clarinet and Piano.
clarinettist noun ( also clarinetist)
clarinetista
the principal clarinetist with the Philharmonia Orchestra.
Translations of “clarinet”
in Arabic الكلارينت (آلهة موسيقِيّة)…
in Korean 클라리넷…
in Malaysian klarinet…
in French clarinette…
in Turkish klarnet…
in Italian clarinetto…
in Chinese (Traditional) 單簧管, 黑管…
in Russian кларнет…
in Polish klarnet…
in Vietnamese kèn clarinet…
in Portuguese clarineta…
in Thai เครื่องดนตรีประเภทเป่าชนิดหนึ่ง (แคลริเน็ท)…
in German die Klarinette…
in Catalan clarinet…
in Japanese クラリネット…
in Indonesian klarinet…
in Chinese (Simplified) 单簧管, 黑管…
(Definition of clarinet from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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