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Meaning of “saxophone” - Learner’s Dictionary

saxophone

noun [C]
 
 
/ˈsæksəfəʊn/ ( informal sax)
a metal musical instrument that you play by blowing into it and pressing keys to produce different notesWind instruments
saxophonist
 
 
/sækˈsɒfənɪst/ US  /ˈsæksəfəʊnɪst/ noun [C]
someone who plays the saxophoneMusicians
Translations of “saxophone”
in Arabic ساكسفون…
in Korean 색소폰…
in Malaysian saksofon…
in French saxophone…
in Turkish saksafon…
in Italian sassofono…
in Chinese (Traditional) 薩克管,薩克斯風…
in Russian саксофон…
in Polish saksofon…
in Vietnamese kèn xắc-xô…
in Spanish saxofón…
in Portuguese saxofone…
in Thai แซกโซโฟน…
in German das Saxophon…
in Catalan saxòfon…
in Japanese サクソフォン, サックス…
in Indonesian saksofon…
in Chinese (Simplified) 萨克斯管…
(Definition of saxophone from the Cambridge Learner’s Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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