French translation of 'trombone'
Example Sentences Including 'trombone'
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But the added cost of making it slide like a trombone?Times, Sunday Times (2009)
He had also wanted to play the trombone but his arms were too short.Times, Sunday Times (2009)
I might as well have been playing the trombone.Times, Sunday Times (2016)
It was a job that required him to play his trombone while steering a horse by reins attached to his knees.Times, Sunday Times (2016)
My uncle played first trombone.Times, Sunday Times (2007)
And a man in a felt cap playing a trombone.Times, Sunday Times (2011)
He acted in school drama productions, sang and played trombone.Times, Sunday Times (2012)
In university he was part of the Big Band and he was always playing his trombone.Times, Sunday Times (2016)
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'trombone' in Other Languages
British English: trombone /trɒmˈbəʊn/ NOUN
A trombone is a long brass musical instrument which you play by blowing into it and sliding part of it backwards and forwards.
Her husband played the trombone.
- American English: trombone
- Arabic: تُرُومْبُون
- Brazilian Portuguese: trombone
- Chinese: 长号
- Croatian: trombon
- Czech: trombon
- Danish: trækbasun
- Dutch: trombone
- European Spanish: trombón
- Finnish: pasuuna
- French: trombone musique
- German: Posaune
- Greek: τρομπόνι
- Italian: trombone
- Japanese: トロンボーン
- Korean: 트롬본
- Norwegian: trombone
- Polish: puzon
- European Portuguese: trombone
- Romanian: trombon
- Russian: тромбон
- Spanish: trombón
- Swedish: trombon
- Thai: แตรยาว
- Turkish: trombon
- Ukrainian: тромбон
- Vietnamese: kèn trombon
Translation of trombone from the Collins English to French
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