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clarinetnoun [C]

uk   /ˌklær.ɪˈnet/  us   /ˌkler-/
a tube-shaped ​musicalinstrument that is ​played by ​blowing through a ​single reed
clarinettist
noun [C] (US clarinetist) uk   /-ˈnet.ɪst/  us   /-ˈnet̬.ɪst/
a ​person who ​plays the clarinet
(Definition of clarinet from the Cambridge Advanced Learner’s Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)

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clarinetnoun [C/U]

 us   /ˌklær·əˈnet/
a tube-shaped ​musicalinstrument that is ​played by ​blowing through a ​singlereed (= ​thinpiece of ​wood) and ​pressingkeys on ​itsfront to ​producenotes, or this ​type of ​instrumentgenerally; a ​woodwind
clarinetist
noun [C] (also clarinettist)  us   /ˌklær·əˈnet̬·əst/
He’s a ​respectedjazz clarinetist.
(Definition of clarinet from the Cambridge Academic Content Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
Translations of “clarinet”
in Korean 클라리넷…
in Arabic الكلارينت (آلهة موسيقِيّة)…
in Malaysian klarinet…
in French clarinette…
in Russian кларнет…
in Chinese (Traditional) 單簧管, 黑管…
in Italian clarinetto…
in Turkish klarnet…
in Polish klarnet…
in Spanish clarinete…
in Vietnamese kèn clarinet…
in Portuguese clarineta…
in Thai เครื่องดนตรีประเภทเป่าชนิดหนึ่ง (แคลริเน็ท)…
in German die Klarinette…
in Catalan clarinet…
in Japanese クラリネット…
in Chinese (Simplified) 单簧管, 黑管…
in Indonesian klarinet…
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