Definition of 'clarinet'
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She was a country and western fan and played clarinet and piano. Times, Sunday Times (2009)She had earlier made a record playing the clarinet part. Times, Sunday Times (2007)Other students performed their set pieces on the clarinet or violin. Times, Sunday Times (2015)I'm playing the clarinet at the moment too. The Sun (2013)On stage: a viola, a piano and a clarinet. Times, Sunday Times (2014)He used to play the clarinet, but has had to abandon it while boss of Peugeot. Times, Sunday Times (2012)
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Translations for 'clarinet'
British English: clarinet /ˌklærɪˈnɛt/ NOUN
A clarinet is a wind instrument with a single reed in its mouthpiece.
- American English: clarinet
- Arabic: كَلارِينِت
- Brazilian Portuguese: clarinete
- Chinese: 单簧管
- Croatian: klarinet
- Czech: klarinet
- Danish: klarinet
- Dutch: klarinet
- European Spanish: clarinete
- Finnish: klarinetti
- French: clarinette
- German: Klarinette
- Greek: κλαρινέτο
- Italian: clarinetto
- Japanese: クラリネット
- Korean: 클라리넷
- Norwegian: klarinett
- Polish: klarnet
- European Portuguese: clarinete
- Romanian: clarinet
- Russian: кларнет
- Spanish: clarinete
- Swedish: klarinett
- Thai: เครื่องดนตรีประเภทเป่าชนิดหนึ่ง
- Turkish: klarnet
- Ukrainian: кларнет
- Vietnamese: kèn clarinet
Definition of clarinet from the Collins English Dictionary
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