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Meaning of “accordion” - Learner’s Dictionary

accordion

noun [C]     /əˈkɔːdiən/
a musical instrument with a folding centre part and keyboards at both ends, which you play by pushing the two ends togetherKeyboard instruments
Translations of “accordion”
in Vietnamese đàn ăc-cooc…
in Spanish acordeón…
in Thai หีบเพลง…
in Malaysian akordion…
in French accordéon…
in German Akkordeon…
in Chinese (Traditional) 手風琴…
in Indonesian akordeon…
in Russian аккордеон…
in Turkish akordiyon…
in Chinese (Simplified) 手风琴…
in Polish akordeon…
(Definition of accordion from the Cambridge Learner’s Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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