treble clef Meaning in the Cambridge English Dictionary
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Meaning of “treble clef” in the English Dictionary

"treble clef" in British English

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treble clefnoun [C usually singular]

uk   us   (also G clef)
a ​sign on a stave (= the five ​lines on which ​music is written) which ​shows that the ​notes are above middle C (= the C near the ​middle of a ​pianokeyboard)
(Definition of treble clef from the Cambridge Advanced Learner’s Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)

"treble clef" in American English

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treble clefnoun [C]

 us   /ˈtreb·əl ˌklef/
music in Western ​music, a ​sign that ​shows the second ​line of a staff (= the five ​lines on which ​music is written) is the ​note G above ​middle C (= the ​note C near the ​middle of the ​pianokeys)
(Definition of treble clef from the Cambridge Academic Content Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
Translations of “treble clef”
in Arabic مُفتاح صول…
in Korean 높은 음자리표…
in Portuguese clave de sol…
in Catalan clau de sol…
in Japanese ト音記号, 高音部記号…
in Chinese (Simplified) 高音谱号…
in Chinese (Traditional) 高音譜號…
in Italian chiave di violino…
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