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Translation of "drum" - English-Spanish dictionary

drum

noun /dram/
a musical instrument constructed of skin etc stretched on a round frame and beaten with a stick tambor He plays the drums. something shaped like a drum, especially a container bidón an oil drum. an eardrum. tímpano drummer noun a person who plays the drums batería He was a drummer in a rock band. drumstick noun a stick used for beating a drum baqueta a pair of drumsticks. the lower part of the leg of a cooked chicken etc muslo chicken drumsticks. drum in/into phrasal verb to force someone to remember (something) by repeating it constantly martillear, hacer entrar a golpe de martillo, repetir mil veces You never remember anything unless I drum it in/into you.
(Definition of drum from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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