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wind instrumentnoun [C]

 us   /ˈwɪnd ˌɪn·strə·mənt/
a ​musical instrument whose ​sound is ​produced by ​blowing: Saxophones, ​clarinets, and ​flutes are wind instruments.
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in Chinese (Simplified) 管乐器, 吹奏乐器…
in Turkish nefesli saz, üflemeli çalgı…
in Russian духовой инструмент…
in Chinese (Traditional) 管樂器, 吹奏樂器…
in Polish instrument dęty…
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