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Translation of "percussion" - English-Spanish dictionary

percussion

noun [no plural]   /pəˈkʌʃ·ən/
musical instruments that make a sound when you hit them with a stick or your hand (instrumentos de) percusión Drums, tambourines, and cymbals are percussion instruments.
(Definition of percussion from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

percussion

noun /pəˈkaʃən/
(music ) (in an orchestra, the group of people who play) musical instruments in which the sound is produced by striking them eg drums, cymbals etc percusión He plays (the) percussion in the orchestra (also adjective) a percussion instrument.
the striking of one hard object against another percusión A gun is fired by means of percussion.
percussionist noun
(music ) a person who plays percussion instruments in an orchestra etc. percusionista
(Definition of percussion from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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