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cowbellnoun [C]

uk   us   /ˈkau.bel/
a bell that is hung from a cow's neck so that the cow can be found, or a metal musical instrument in the shape of such a bell that is hit with a stick
Translations of “cowbell”
in Chinese (Traditional) 牛頸鈴, 牛鈴(一種擊打的樂器)…
in Chinese (Simplified) 牛颈铃, 牛铃(一种打击乐器)…
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