Definition of 'banjo'
Example sentences containing 'banjo'
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He was a banjo, guitar and harmonica playing fan of the blues. Times, Sunday Times (2015)By 10 he was playing the guitar and the banjo and had written his first song. Times, Sunday Times (2008)He now struggles to get out of bed some days because he is in so much pain and is unable to play his beloved banjo. Times, Sunday Times (2016)And she will be on banjo and fiddle again, after putting them to one side for the solo album. Times, Sunday Times (2015)Having been a virtuosic banjo player, he played the guitar like a fiddle and had the depth of a jazz musician. The Sun (2016)At such moments I became fleetingly aware of a great pool of lore that banjo players took for granted. Christianity Today (2000)Basically, they just rocked, whether the banjo and double bass were on stage or not. Times, Sunday Times (2015)Oh, and she plays vivacious fiddle and banjo, too. Times, Sunday Times (2015)
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Translations for 'banjo'
British English: banjo /ˈbændʒəʊ/ NOUN
A banjo is a musical instrument that looks like a guitar with a circular body, a long neck, and four or more strings.
- American English: banjo
- Arabic: آلة البانْـجو الـموسِيقِيَّة
- Brazilian Portuguese: banjo
- Chinese: 班卓琴
- Croatian: bendžo
- Czech: bendžo
- Danish: banjo
- Dutch: banjo
- European Spanish: banjo
- Finnish: banjo
- French: banjo
- German: Banjo
- Greek: μπάντζο
- Italian: banjo
- Japanese: バンジョー
- Korean: 밴조
- Norwegian: banjo
- Polish: bandżo
- European Portuguese: banjo
- Romanian: banjo
- Russian: банджо
- Spanish: banjo
- Swedish: banjo
- Thai: แบนโจ เครื่องดนตรี
- Turkish: banço
- Ukrainian: банджо
- Vietnamese: đàn banjô
Definition of banjo from the Collins English Dictionary
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