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Spanish translation of “instrument”

instrument

noun /ˈinstrəmənt/
a tool, especially if used for delicate scientific or medical work
instrumento
medical/surgical/mathematical instruments.
(also musical instrument) an apparatus for producing musical sounds
instrumento
He can play the piano, violin, and several other instruments.
instrumental /-ˈmen-/ adjective performed on, or written for, musical instrument(s) rather than voices
instrumental
She likes instrumental music.
instrumentalist /-ˈmen-/ noun a person who plays a musical instrument
instrumentalista
There are three instrumentalists and one singer in the group.
(Definition of instrument from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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