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Meaning of “violin” - Learner’s Dictionary

violin

noun [C]     /ˌvaɪəˈlɪn/
A2 a wooden musical instrument that you hold against your neck and play by moving a bow (= special stick) across stringsString instruments
violinist     /vaɪəˈlɪnɪst/ noun [C]
someone who plays a violinMusicians
Translations of “violin”
in Arabic كَمان…
in Korean 바이올린…
in Malaysian violin, biola…
in French violon…
in Turkish keman…
in Italian violino…
in Chinese (Traditional) 小提琴…
in Russian скрипка…
in Polish skrzypce…
in Vietnamese vĩ cầm…
in Spanish violín…
in Portuguese violino…
in Thai ไวโอลิน…
in German die Violine…
in Catalan violí…
in Japanese バイオリン…
in Indonesian biola…
in Chinese (Simplified) 小提琴…
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