Definition of 'mouth organ'
Example sentences containing 'mouth organ'
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`My spies tell me that's Dave Bowie himself playing the mouth organ on ``Jean Genie '. MUSIC FOR BOYS (2003)In pauses between the juggling, he put aside his mouth organ and invited the spectators to buy a fortune. THREE KINDS OF KISSING - SCOTTISH SHORT STORIES (2003)
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Translations for 'mouth organ'
British English: mouth organ /maʊθ ˈɔːɡən/ NOUN
A mouth organ is a small musical instrument. You play it by moving it across your lips and blowing and sucking air through it.
- American English: harmonica
- Arabic: آلَةُ الْهِرْمُونِيكَا الْمُوسِيقِيةُ
- Brazilian Portuguese: gaita-de-boca
- Chinese: 口琴
- Croatian: usna harmonika
- Czech: foukací harmonika
- Danish: mundharmonika
- Dutch: mondharmonica
- European Spanish: armónica
- Finnish: huuliharppu
- French: harmonica
- German: Mundharmonika
- Greek: φυσαρμόνικα
- Italian: armonica
- Japanese: ハーモニカ
- Korean: 하모니카
- Norwegian: munnspill
- Polish: harmonijka ustna
- European Portuguese: gaita-de-beiços
- Romanian: muzicuță
- Russian: губная гармоника
- Spanish: armónica
- Swedish: munspel
- Thai: หีบเพลงปาก
- Turkish: armonika
- Ukrainian: губна гармоніка
- Vietnamese: kèn harmonica
Definition of mouth organ from the Collins English Dictionary
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