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Translation of "violin" - English-Spanish dictionary

violin

noun   /ˌvaɪ·əˈlɪn/
A2 a wooden musical instrument that you hold against your neck and play by moving a stick across strings violín
(Definition of violin from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

violin

noun /vaiəˈlin/
a type of musical instrument with four strings, played with a bow violín She played the violin in the school orchestra Can you play that on the violin?
violinist noun
a violin player violinista She is a leading violinist.
(Definition of violin from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
Translations of “violin”
in Korean 바이올린…
in Arabic كَمان…
in Malaysian violin, biola…
in French violon…
in Russian скрипка…
in Chinese (Traditional) 小提琴…
in Italian violino…
in Turkish keman…
in Polish skrzypce…
in Vietnamese vĩ cầm…
in Portuguese violino…
in Thai ไวโอลิน…
in German die Violine…
in Catalan violí…
in Japanese バイオリン…
in Chinese (Simplified) 小提琴…
in Indonesian biola…
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