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tubanoun [C/U]

 us   /ˈtu·bə/
a large brass musical instrument that plays low notes which is played by blowing into it and has keys that are pressed to vary the notes, or this type of instrument generally
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Translations of “tuba”
in Korean 튜바…
in Arabic نوع من الأبواق…
in Malaysian tuba…
in French tuba…
in Russian туба…
in Chinese (Traditional) 大號(一種低音銅管樂器)…
in Italian tuba…
in Turkish tuba…
in Polish tuba…
in Spanish tuba…
in Vietnamese kèn tuba…
in Portuguese tuba…
in Thai แตรใหญ่…
in German die Tuba…
in Catalan tuba…
in Japanese チューバ…
in Chinese (Simplified) 大号(一种低音铜管乐器)…
in Indonesian tuba, alat musik tiup…
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