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tambourinenoun [C]

 us   /ˌtæm·bəˈrin/
a small drum with metal disks around its frame that make a ringing sound, and which is played by holding it in one hand and hitting it with the other or by shaking it
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Translations of “tambourine”
in Vietnamese trống lục lạc…
in Spanish pandereta…
in Malaysian tamburin…
in Thai กลองมือกลมที่ติดลูกกระพรวน…
in French tambour de basque…
in German das Tambourin…
in Chinese (Traditional) 鈴鼓,小手鼓…
in Russian тамбурин…
in Turkish tef, zilli tef…
in Chinese (Simplified) 铃鼓,小手鼓…
in Indonesian tamburin…
in Polish tamburyn…
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