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Spanish translation of “reed”

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reed

noun /riːd/
a kind of tall, stiff grass growing on wet or marshy ground
junco, caña
reeds along a riverbank.
a thin piece of cane or metal in certain wind instruments (eg the oboe, clarinet) which vibrates and makes a sound when the instrument is played
lengüeta
I need to replace the reed in my saxophone.
Translations of “reed”
in Korean 갈대…
in Arabic قَصب…
in French roseau, anche…
in Italian canna…
in Chinese (Traditional) 蘆葦(稈), (吹奏樂器的)簧片,簧舌…
in Russian тростник…
in Turkish kamış, saz…
in Polish trzcina…
in Portuguese junco, cana, caniço…
in German das Schilf, das Rohrblatt…
in Catalan canya, jonc…
in Japanese (植物)アシ, ヨシ…
in Chinese (Simplified) 芦苇(杆), (吹奏乐器的)簧片,簧舌…
(Definition of reed from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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