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bagpipesnoun [plural]

uk   /ˈbæɡ.paɪps/ us   /ˈbæɡ.paɪps/ also pipes
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bagpipesplural noun

us   /ˈbæɡˌpɑɪps/
a musical instrument played by blowing air into a bag and forcing it out through pipes, used esp. in Scotland
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Translations of “bagpipes”
in Korean 백파이프…
in Arabic القِرَب (نوع من آلات النفخ الموجودة خاصة في سكوتلندا)…
in Malaysian begpaip…
in French cornemuse…
in Russian волынка…
in Chinese (Traditional) 風笛…
in Italian zampogna, cornamusa…
in Turkish tulum, İskoç müzik aleti…
in Polish dudy…
in Spanish gaita…
in Vietnamese kèn túi…
in Portuguese gaita de foles…
in Thai ปี่สก็อต…
in German der Dudelsack…
in Catalan gaita…
in Japanese バグパイプ…
in Chinese (Simplified) 风笛…
in Indonesian seruling Skotlandia…
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