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Translation of "guitar" - English-Spanish dictionary

guitar

noun   /ɡɪˈtɑːr/
A1 a musical instrument with strings that you play with your fingers guitarra an electric guitar
(Definition of guitar from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

guitar

noun /ɡiˈtaː/
a type of musical instrument with usually six strings guitarra an electric guitar.
guitarist noun
guitarrista He’s a classical guitarist.
(Definition of guitar from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
Translations of “guitar”
in Korean 기타…
in Arabic جيتار…
in Malaysian gitar…
in French guitare…
in Russian гитара…
in Chinese (Traditional) 吉他,六弦琴…
in Italian chitarra…
in Turkish gitar…
in Polish gitara…
in Vietnamese đàn ghi ta…
in Portuguese guitarra, violão…
in Thai กีตาร์ เครื่องเล่นดนตรีประเภทดีด…
in German die Gitarre…
in Catalan guitarra…
in Japanese ギター…
in Chinese (Simplified) 吉他,六弦琴…
in Indonesian gitar…
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