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saxophonenoun [C/U]

 us   /ˈsæk·səˌfoʊn/ (short form sax,  /sæks/ )
a musical instrument that is played by blowing through a reed (= thin piece of wood), or this instrument generally
(Definition of saxophone from the Cambridge Academic Content Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
Translations of “saxophone”
in Korean 색소폰…
in Arabic ساكسفون…
in Malaysian saksofon…
in French saxophone…
in Russian саксофон…
in Chinese (Traditional) 薩克管,薩克斯風…
in Italian sassofono…
in Turkish saksafon…
in Polish saksofon…
in Spanish saxofón…
in Vietnamese kèn xắc-xô…
in Portuguese saxofone…
in Thai แซกโซโฟน…
in German das Saxophon…
in Catalan saxòfon…
in Japanese サクソフォン, サックス…
in Chinese (Simplified) 萨克斯管…
in Indonesian saksofon…
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