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He also played trumpet in local dance bands. Times, Sunday Times (2016)The change will eat into the income tax savings that are due to come into effect next year that the government trumpeted yesterday. Times, Sunday Times (2016)I used to play the trumpet and totally fluffed the first line. Times, Sunday Times (2016)He was encouraged to play instruments from the age of three, and classical piano and trumpet provided some solace during a childhood beset by polio. Times, Sunday Times (2016)The much trumpeted 39,000 more seats at peak times is an annual figure and in fact amounts to 107 seats per day. Times, Sunday Times (2016)As he sounded the trumpet he would run from one end of the pitch to the other. Calcio: A History of Italian Football (2006)Not so much a case of blowing his own trumpet as dishing up an entire brass symphony. The Sun (2015)They would play a trumpet and announce their giving so others would see it. Christianity Today (2000)The long trumpet solo raised a few eyebrows. The Sun (2011)He has written a history of seaside piers but also played trumpet in top orchestras. Times, Sunday Times (2010)They do not need to trumpet about that anew. Times, Sunday Times (2010)The elephants trumpet with panic as they crash through the undergrowth. Times, Sunday Times (2006)The trumpet and piano repertoire is not exactly overflowing with masterpieces. Times, Sunday Times (2013)Now that really is something to trumpet about. The Sun (2016)Some trumpet them loudly and often. Times, Sunday Times (2013)This is the uproar of a revolution, as trumpet and bass clarinet surf the rhythmic onslaught. Times, Sunday Times (2010)They frequently sprawl over the ground in large patches, and look like a massed orchestra of tiny trumpets. Times, Sunday Times (2012)Nor does the government want to trumpet small gains for fear of being ridiculed, yet ridicule is now inevitable. Times, Sunday Times (2015)This night the fellow on the piano could only play from the singer's line and the trumpet player was all over the place. BomberThe Government trumpets that it has just been voted the world's best healthcare system. The Sun (2014)On Chicago, his trumpet solo opens the movie. Times, Sunday Times (2013)The world is about to have unveiled for it, with much international trumpeting, a gigantic new translation of his complete letters. Times, Sunday Times (2009)
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British English: trumpet /ˈtrʌmpɪt/ NOUN
A trumpet is a brass wind instrument.
I played the trumpet in the school orchestra.
- American English: trumpet
- Arabic: بُوق
- Brazilian Portuguese: trombeta
- Chinese: 小号
- Croatian: truba
- Czech: trumpeta
- Danish: trompet
- Dutch: trompet
- European Spanish: trompeta
- Finnish: trumpetti
- French: trompette
- German: Trompete
- Greek: τρομπέτα
- Italian: tromba
- Japanese: トランペット
- Korean: 트럼펫
- Norwegian: trompet
- Polish: trąbka
- European Portuguese: trombeta
- Romanian: trompetă
- Russian: труба музыкальный инструмент
- Spanish: trompeta
- Swedish: trumpet
- Thai: แตร
- Turkish: borazan
- Ukrainian: труба
- Vietnamese: kèn trompet
Definition of trumpet from the Collins English Dictionary
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