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bagpipes

noun plural /ˈbӕɡpaips/
(music ) a wind instrument consisting of a bag fitted with pipes, played in Scotland etc
gaita
He wants to learn to play the bagpipes.
Translations of “bagpipes”
in Korean 백파이프…
in Arabic القِرَب (نوع من آلات النفخ الموجودة خاصة في سكوتلندا)…
in French cornemuse…
in Italian zampogna, cornamusa…
in Chinese (Traditional) 風笛…
in Russian волынка…
in Turkish tulum, İskoç müzik aleti…
in Polish dudy…
in Portuguese gaita de foles…
in German der Dudelsack…
in Catalan gaita…
in Japanese バグパイプ…
in Chinese (Simplified) 风笛…
(Definition of bagpipes from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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