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Spanish translation of “trumpet”

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trumpet

noun /ˈtrampit/
a brass musical wind instrument with a high, clear tone
trompeta
He plays the trumpet He played a tune on his trumpet.
the cry of an elephant
barrito
The elephant gave a loud trumpet.
trumpeter noun a person who plays the trumpet.
trompetista
blow one’s own trumpet to boast, praise oneself greatly etc
darse bombo, tirarse flores
an immodest man who is always blowing his own trumpet.
Translations of “trumpet”
in Korean 트럼펫…
in Arabic تُرومْبيت (آلة موسيقِيّة)…
in French trompette, barrissement…
in Italian tromba…
in Chinese (Traditional) 小號, 喇叭…
in Russian труба…
in Turkish trompet, boru…
in Polish trąbka…
in Portuguese trompete…
in German die Trompete, der Trompetenstoß…
in Catalan trompeta…
in Japanese トランペット…
in Chinese (Simplified) 小号, 喇叭…
(Definition of trumpet from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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