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Translation of "bass" - English-Turkish dictionary

bass

noun     /beɪs/
VOICE [C]
a man who sings with a very low voice bas sesle şarkı söyleyen erkek şarkıcı, bas Voice ranges
MUSIC [U]
the lower half of the set of musical notes müzikye bas sesleri veren nota, alçak perdeli Notes of the musical scale
INSTRUMENT [C, U] ( also double bass)
a large, wooden musical instrument with four strings that you play while standing up or sitting on a high chair bas ses veren müzik aleti String instruments
GUITAR [C, U] ( also bass guitar)
an electric guitar that makes a low sound bas gitar String instruments
Translations of “bass”
in Arabic الباص(الصوت الرجالي الخافت جدا)…
in Korean 베이스…
in Malaysian suara bes…
in French basse…
in Italian basso…
in Chinese (Traditional) 鱸魚…
in Russian бас, контрабас, бас-гитара…
in Polish bas, basy, kontrabas…
in Vietnamese giọng nam trầm…
in Spanish bajo…
in Portuguese baixo…
in Thai เสียงร้องต่ำที่สุดของนักร้องชาย…
in German der Baß…
in Catalan baix…
in Japanese バス(歌手)…
in Indonesian bas…
in Chinese (Simplified) 鲈鱼…
(Definition of bass from the Cambridge Learner’s Dictionary English-Turkish © Cambridge University Press)
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