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tuba

noun [C] uk   /ˈtjuː.bə/ us    /ˈtuː-/
a brass musical instrument consisting of a long, bent metal tube that the player blows into, producing low notes
Translations of “tuba”
in Korean 튜바…
in Arabic نوع من الأبواق…
in French tuba…
in Turkish tuba…
in Italian tuba…
in Chinese (Traditional) 大號(一種低音銅管樂器)…
in Russian туба…
in Polish tuba…
in Spanish tuba…
in Portuguese tuba…
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)…
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