drum

listen to the pronunciation of drum
Englisch - Türkisch
davul

Jim davul çalmayı seviyor. - Jim likes to play the drum.

Tom Mary'den gece geç saatlerde davul çalmamasını rica etti. - Tom asked Mary not to play the drums so late at night.

{i} bidon
{i} davul sesi
{i} tamtam
fıçı
kafasına sokmak
gövde
gömlek
(Anatomi) kulakzarı
tamburlu
kasnak
(Askeri,Teknik) tambura
tıkırdatmak
(Argo) tüyo
şarjör tüfek
çağırmak
davul çalmak
bateri

Tom iyi bir baterist. - Tom is a good drummer.

O bateri bile çalabilir. - She can even play the drums.

timpan zarı
davul şeklinde şey
davul sesi çıkartmak
dümbelek
(Mühendislik) tambur
silindir
drumhead davul derisi
davul boşluğu alın
timpan boşluğu
{i} varil
tambur,v.davul çal: n.davul
{i} kulak zarı
trampet
drumbeat davul sesi
drumhead court-m
{f} tekrar ede ede öğretmek
(Askeri) TAMBURA: Bazı tip makineli tüfeklerde ve tepkisiz toplarda, içerisine mermi konulan silindir şeklindeki şarjör
(Tıp) Kulak davulu, timpan
darbuka
{i} sütun gövdesi
davul sesi veya ona benzer ses
{i} (Anatomi) kulakzarı, kulakdavulu
{i} şarjör (tüfek)
davu

Tom proje için davul çalıyor. - Tom has been beating the drum for the project.

Meg bir davul çalıyor. - Meg is beating a drum.

{f} parmaklarıyla tempo tutmak
(Argo) bilgi
(Arkeoloji) kubbe bileziği
kampana
kulakdavulu
dram
drum drier
döner kurutucu
drum dryer
tambur kurutucu
drum lathe
(Mekanik) kampana tornası
drum major
(Muzik) tambur majör
drum printer
(Bilgisayar) silindirli yazıcı
drum recorder
(Bilgisayar,Teknik) tambur kayıtçı
drum roll
trampet
drum roll
tremola
drum armature
tamburlu armatür
drum brake
kampanalı eğleç
drum brake
tamburlu fren
drum brake
tamburlu eğleç
drum drier
tamburlu kurutucu
drum filter
silindir gövdeli filtre
drum major
mızıka şefi
drum mark
tambur işareti
drum out of
teneke çalmak
drum out of
yuhalayarak kovmak
drum plotter
tambur çizici
drum potential
dram voltajı
drum printer
tambur yazıcı
drum up
gezerek müşteri bul
drum up
her türlü yolu deneyip elde etmek
drum up
yapmaya çalışmak
drum up trade
dolaşıp sipariş vermek
drum winding
tambur sargı
drum corps
Bando mızıka takımı
drum cutter
silindir gövdeli pancar kesme makinesi
drum head
kafa drum
drum into
zorla kafasına sokmak, beynine yerleştirmek
drum kit
kiti drum
drum printer
yazıcı drum
drum roll
Baterinin önemli bir olay veya sunum öncesi sürekli olarak çalınması
drum set
set davul
drum up
canlandırmak
drum washer
silindir gövdeli yıkama makinesi
drum-brake
davul-fren
drum armature
(Elektrik, Elektronik,Teknik) tamburlu dinamo armatürü
drum armature
dinamo endüvisi
drum brake
kampanalı fren
drum brake hub
kampanalı fren poyrası
drum buoy
(Denizbilim) davul şamandıra
drum center
tambur merkezi
drum cooler
tambur tipi soğutucu
drum court martial
harp divanı
drum filter
(Gıda) tambur filtre
drum fire
yaylım ateşi
drum fire
bombardıman
drum fire
top ateşi
drum hoist
tamburlu vinç
drum hook
(Askeri) varil kancası
drum hub unit
tambur göbek ünitesi
drum major
(isim) askeri bando şefi
drum major
{i} askeri bando şefi

Tom askeri bando şefi. - Tom is the drum major.

drum majorette
askeri bando önünde giden kız
drum mark
(Bilgisayar,Teknik) dram işareti
drum mixer
tamburlu karıştırıcı
drum out
yuhalayarak kovmak
drum out
(Fiili Deyim ) 1- ordudan kovmak , tardetmek 3- işten çıkarmak
drum recorder
tambur kayitci
drum sander
zımpara makinesi
drum screen
tamburlu elek
drum service
askeri kilise ayini
drum shaft
(İnşaat) kampana mili
drum sieve
silindir gövdeli elek
drum storage
(Askeri) BİDONLU DEPOLAMA: Bidonlara doldurularak depolanan sıvı ikmal maddeleri
drum storage
(Askeri) bidonlu depolama
drum trap
silindirik pislik tutucu
drum up
(Fiili Deyim ) gezerek yada çaba harcayarak müşteri bulmak
drum up
(deyim) drum sth. up caba harcayarak bir sey elde etmek (musteri,siparis)
drum up
gezerek müşteri bulmak
drum up
davul sesiyle çağırmak
drum washer
(Gıda) tamburlu yıkayıcı
drum winding
(Elektrik, Elektronik,Teknik) silindirik sargı
drum winding
davul sargı
drum wire
(Elektrik, Elektronik) ağır sahra kablosu
drying drum
kurutma silindiri
driving drum
tahrik kasnağı
drying drum
kurutma tamburu
drawing drum
(Mekanik) çekme tamburu
drier drum
kurutucu gövdesi
drier drum
kurutucu silindiri
driving drum
tahrik tamburu
driving drum
işletme kasnağı
a kind of drum
(Muzik) darbuka
drumming
(Otomotiv) gürültü
drumming
davul çalmak
inspection drum
muayene tamburu
side drum
trampet
warp drum
(Denizbilim) tel makarası
wheel drum
tekerlek kampanası
bass drum
bas davul
bongo drum
tamtam
brake drum
fren tamburu
brake drum
eğleç kampanası
brake drum
eğleç tamburu
brake drum
eğleç çanağı
cable drum
kablo makarası
centrifugal drum
santrifüj sepeti
centrifugal drum
santrifüj tamburu
chain drum
zincir kasnağı
clutch drum
kavrama tamburu
dipping drum
daldırma tamburu
double drum winch
çift tamburlu vinç
drumming
{i} davul çalma

Tom davul çalmayı durdurdu. - Tom stopped drumming.

drumming
{f} davul çal

Tom davul çalmayı durdurdu. - Tom stopped drumming.

hoisting drum
halat tamburu
kettle drum
orkestra davulu
magnetic drum
manyetik silindir
magnetic drum
manyetik tambur
mill drum
değirmen tamburu
snare drum
trampet
tenor drum
tenor davul
Drums
bateri

Tom birgün Mary kadar iyi bateri çalabileceğini umuyor. - Tom hopes that someday he'll be able to play the drums as well as Mary does.

O bateri bile çalabilir. - She can even play the drums.

Drums
batere
beat of drum
davulun beat
beat the drum
davul çalmak
chalice drum
Darbuka
chalice drum
kadeh drum
conga drum
davul conga
drummed
vuruyordu
drumming
davul çalarak
drums
davullar
ear drum
kulak davulu
goblet drum
(Muzik) Darbuka
jungle drum
kabile davulu
production of a drum
davul yapımı
rope drum
halat tambur
rotary drum
davul döner
separating drum
ayırma tamburu
shi drum
(Hayvan Bilim, Zooloji) Minakop, minekop, (Latince: Umbrina cirrosa)
steam drum
buhar domu
steel drum
çelik tambur
to drum up
canlandırmak
boiler drum
kazan gövdesi
boiler drum
kazan silindiri
boom drum
bom kampanası
brake drum
fren kampanası/tamburu
brake drum
(Askeri) FREN KAMPANASI: Bak. "Brake mechanism"
brake drum
(Otomotiv) fren çanağı
cable drum
fenerlik
compressor drum
(Havacılık) kompresör silindiri
cork drum
filitre kağıdı tamburu
cylinder drum
silindir tamburu
filter drum
filtre tamburu
front drum
(Otomotiv) ön kampana
grooved drum
(İnşaat) oluklu kasnak
grooved drum
(Tekstil) yivli tambur
hoisting drum
sarmaç
hopper drum
hoper tamburu
hose drum unit
(Havacılık) hortum tambur ünitesi
hose drum unit package
(Havacılık) hortum tambur ünitesi paketi
knife drum
çubuk doğrama tamburu
load drum
yük kampanası
mixer drum
karıştırıcı tamburu
mixer drum
mikser tamburu
pelletizing drum
(Madencilik) peletleme tamburu
pelletizing drum
(Madencilik) topaklaç
printer drum
(Bilgisayar) yazıcı tamburu
range drum
(Askeri) mesafe tamburası
range drum
(Askeri) menzil tamburası
range drum
(Askeri) MESAFE TAMBURASI: Top yükseliş tertibatına mekanik şekilde bağlı bulunan ve mesafe bağlamaya yarayan silindir tipi taksimatlı gösterge
rear brake drum
(Otomotiv) arka fren kampanası
rear drum
(Otomotiv) arka kampana
rotary drum
(Gıda) döner silindirli filtre
rotary drum feeder
döner tamburlu besleyici
sprocket drum
(Sinema) dişli makara
suction drum drier
emme taburlu kurutucu
suction drum drier
delikli tamburlu kurutucu
suction drum drier
emme tamburlu kurutucu
throtle control drum
(Otomotiv) throttle kontrol tamburu
winch drum
vinç tamburu
Türkisch - Türkisch
Kulak zarı
Bazı tip makineli tüfeklerde ve tepkisiz toplarda, içerisine mermi konulan silindir şeklindeki şarjör, tambura
Englisch - Englisch
In particular, a barrel or large cylindrical container for liquid transport and storage

The restaurant ordered ketchup in 50-gallon drums.

Any of the cylindrical blocks that make up the shaft of a pillar
To knock successively and playfully

Drumming one’s fingers on a table is often an expression of impatience or annoyance.

A percussive musical instrument spanned with a thin covering on at least one end for striking, forming an acoustic chamber, affecting what materials are used to make it
Any similar hollow, cylindrical object
The encircling wall that supports a dome or cupola
A social gathering or assembly held in the evening

Another misfortune which befel poor Sophia, was the company of Lord Fellamar, whom she met at the opera, and who attended her to the drum.

To drill or review in an attempt to establish memorization

He’s still trying to drum Spanish verb conjugations into my head.

To beat a drum
{n} a military instrument, a part of the ear
{v} to beat a drum, beat, knock, lay on
A small cylindrical box in which figs, etc
small to medium-sized bottom-dwelling food and game fishes of shallow coastal and fresh waters that make a drumming noise a musical percussion instrument; usually consists of a hollow cylinder with a membrane stretch across each end a cylindrical metal container used for shipping or storage of liquids the sound of a drum; "he could hear the drums before he heard the fifes"
A percussion instrument consisting of a skin stretched across a frame
Anything resembling a drum in form A sheet iron radiator, often in the shape of a drum, for warming an apartment by means of heat received from a stovepipe, or a cylindrical receiver for steam, etc
One of the cylindrical, or nearly cylindrical, blocks, of which the shaft of a column is composed; also, a vertical wall, whether circular or polygonal in plan, carrying a cupola or dome
The common name for the photoconductive cylinders used on scanners and plotters
A noisy, tumultuous assembly of fashionable people at a private house; a rout
n gendang
study intensively, as before an exam; "I had to bone up on my Latin verbs before the final exam"
small to medium-sized bottom-dwelling food and game fishes of shallow coastal and fresh waters that make a drumming noise
(With up) To assemble by, or as by, beat of drum; to collect; to gather or draw by solicitation; as, to drum up recruits; to drum up customers
To switch
a musical percussion instrument; usually consists of a hollow cylinder with a membrane stretch across each end
A container with a capacity of 55 U S gallons
A tea party; a kettledrum
container for a chemical
- The section of the vessel between the lid and the base; the main body of a vessel
(With out) To expel ignominiously, with beat of drum; as, to drum out a deserter or rogue from a camp, etc
the sound of a drum; "he could hear the drums before he heard the fifes"
To go about, as a drummer does, to gather recruits, to draw or secure partisans, customers, etc,; with for
If someone beats the drum or bangs the drum for something, they support it strongly. Musical instrument, the sound of which is produced by the vibration of a stretched membrane. Drums are usually either cylindrical or bowl-shaped. The drum is a universal instrument and very ancient; a drum dating to 6000 BC has been found in Moravia. Drums have been important ritually in cultures worldwide. They may have a definite pitch or be unpitched; those of Africa, South and Southeast Asia (see tabla), and the Middle East are mostly pitched, whereas Western drums are more often unpitched. Drumming has attained its highest degree of development in Africa and India. From the 13th century, the folk dance in Europe was accompanied by a single musician playing simultaneously the pipe or fife and the tabor, a small double-headed snare drum played with one stick. The side drum, or snare drum, has coiled wires or gut strings strung across the lower head, which vibrate against it when the upper head is struck. The powerful bass drum is used especially in marching bands. The pitched timpani are the standard orchestral drums. Until the 17th century, drum parts in Western music were entirely improvised. The drum set used in popular music is played by a single person and normally includes a snare drum, tom-toms, a pedal-operated bass drum, and suspended and hi-hat cymbals. or croaker In biology, any of about 160 species (family Sciaenidae) of carnivorous, generally bottom-dwelling fishes. Most are marine, found along warm and tropical seashores. Most can "vocalize" by moving strong muscles attached to the air bladder, which acts as a resonating chamber, amplifying the sounds. Drums have two dorsal fins and are usually silvery. The weakfishes, sea trouts, and squeteagues (genus Cynoscion) have a large mouth, jutting jaws, and canine teeth, but most drums have an underslung lower jaw and small teeth. The largest species, the totuava, weighs up to 225 lbs (100 kg), but other species are much smaller. Many drums are food or game fishes. See also bass, kingfish
A collapsible or rigid container for fuels Capacities range from 55 to 500 gallons Containers less than 55 gallons are usually referred to as cans
a hollow cast-iron cylinder attached to the wheel that forms part of the brakes
{f} play a percussion instrument; beat rhythmically
A cylinder on a revolving shaft, generally for the purpose of driving several pulleys, by means of belts or straps passing around its periphery; also, the barrel of a hoisting machine, on which the rope or chain is wound
The heart of a copier on which the image is formed It consists of an aluminum core with multiple layers of light and charge sensitive material such as selenium, or an organic based material Sharp only uses the environmentally friendly organic based material in the Z-series of copiers
a cylindrical metal container used for shipping or storage of liquids
Percussion instrument with various types of skin stretched over their frame or vessel of wood, metal or bone
percussion instrument consisting of a hollow shell or cylinder with a drumhead stretched over one or both ends that are beaten with the hands or sticks
are packed
In this text, the word drum is used to denote the raw-material or the parts of a pan This means that one pan can consist of several drums
To beat a drum with sticks; to beat or play a tune on a drum
The tympanum of the ear; often, but incorrectly, applied to the tympanic membrane
A cylindrical masonry component that forms one unit of a column; also a cylindrical stage below a dome
To execute on a drum, as a tune
{i} percussion instrument; sound produced by the playing such an instrument
If something drums on a surface, or if you drum something on a surface, it hits it regularly, making a continuous beating sound. He drummed his fingers on the leather top of his desk Rain drummed on the roof of the car. see also drumming
the accelerator in a dragonboat
make a rhythmic sound; "Rain drummed against the windshield"; "The drums beat all night"
To beat with the fingers, as with drumsticks; to beat with a rapid succession of strokes; to make a noise like that of a beaten drum; as, the ruffed grouse drums with his wings
To throb, as the heart
Percussion instrument with a skin or other membrane, called a drum head, stretched over a hollow space It is struck with a stick or the hands
1 beating; undiplomatic or untactful, "beating the drum" of one's own point of view
The housing that holds the parts of a clutch assembly for an automatic transmission
A drum is a musical instrument consisting of a skin stretched tightly over a round frame. You play a drum by beating it with sticks or with your hands
A drum is a large cylindrical container which is used to store fuel or other substances. an oil drum
play a percussion instrument
An instrument of percussion, consisting either of a hollow cylinder, over each end of which is stretched a piece of skin or vellum, to be beaten with a stick; or of a metallic hemisphere (kettledrum) with a single piece of skin to be so beaten; the common instrument for marking time in martial music; one of the pair of tympani in an orchestra, or cavalry band
The unit on which the toner image is applied
The part of the printer mechanism where the image is formed and transferred to paper
a bulging cylindrical shape; hollow with flat ends
Any hollow, cylindrical object
In particular, a percussive instrument spanned with a thin covering on at least one end for striking, forming an acoustic chamber, affecting what materials are used to make it
One of the most important things in Native American cultures is the drum There are several different types of Native American drums, from very small water drums to huge powwow drums They all have in common that they are always played with a drumstick, never with the hands Without the drum and the singers, there would be no dancing, no powwows The drum is the heartbeat of any powwow or dance The term "drum" does not only stand for the drum itself, but also for the drum group, which consists of a drum, a Head Singer (lead singer) and, on average, five to ten singers
play a percussion instrument make a rhythmic sound; "Rain drummed against the windshield"; "The drums beat all night
[arch] Cylindrical stone that forms part of a column
a flat-ended or convex-ended cylindrical packaging made of metal, fiberboard, plastic, plywood, or other suitable materials This definition also includes packagings of other shapes made of metal or plastic (e g , round taper-necked packagings or pail-shaped packagings) but does not include cylinders, jerricans, wooden barrels or bulk packagings
drum and bass
A style of electronic music focussing heavily on loud bass and fast-tempo drum beats
drum brake
A form of brake in which friction is applied by pads to the inner surface of a rotating cylinder (the brake drum) connected directly to a wheel
drum brakes
plural form of drum brake
drum cadence
A work played exclusively by the percussion section of a modern marching band, descended from early military marches, primarily as a purposefully emphasized means of providing a beat to marchers
drum cadences
plural form of drum cadence
drum head
The thin circle of material attached to the top of a drum shell for the purpose of striking, sometimes made of skin and in such occurrences sometimes referred to as a skin, or drum-skin, but often synthetic
drum kit
A collection of drums and other percussion instruments designed to be played together
drum kits
plural form of drum kit
drum machine
An electronic device that can be programmed to play digital drum sounds
drum major
One who conducts and commands a marching band
drum majors
plural form of drum major
drum roll
A sound produced by hitting a drum repeatedly and rhythmical over short intervals
drum set
A collection of drums and other percussion instruments designed to be played together
drum sets
plural form of drum set
drum stick
Alternative spelling of drumstick
drum sticks
plural form of drum stick
drum up
To generate or encourage; to campaign for

The candidate gave speeches, shook hands, and kissed babies in an effort to drum up support before the election.

drum-kit
Attributive form of drum kit

drum-kit manufacturer.

drum brake
A type of brake in which a circular drum rotates around a set of brake shoes which are fixed to the hub and act on the drum by expanding
drum 'n' bass
a type of electronic dance music with a very hard fast beat
drum an idea into the head
force someone to accept an idea
drum brake
A hollow drum is attached to the wheel and rotates with it When you push the brake pedal, two "shoes" press against the inside surface of the drum to slow and stop the wheel
drum brake
a brake where the shoe rubs a metal drum which is attached to the wheel
drum brake
A brake in which the friction is caused by a set of pads that press against the inner surface of a rotating drum
drum brake
hydraulic brake in which friction is applied to the inside of a spinning drum by the brake shoe
drum brakes
(Otomotiv) Brake systems, usually mounted on back wheels, that force curved brake shoes against the inner walls of a hollow metal drum attached to each wheel
drum into
If you drum something into someone, you keep saying it to them until they understand it or remember it. Standard examples were drummed into students' heads They drummed it into her that she was not to tell anyone
drum kit
A drum kit is a set of drums and cymbals
drum machine
An electronic instrument that is preprogrammed with rhythmic patterns and corresponding synthesised percussion sounds
drum machine
An electronic device containing a sequencer that can be programmed to arrange and alter digitally stored drum sounds. a piece of electronic equipment that makes patterns of sounds like drum music
drum machine
an electronic device, usually controllable via MIDI commands, that contains samples of acoustic drum sounds Used to create percussion parts and patterns
drum machine
digital device that has a built-in sequencer to play internal percussion sounds and patterns
drum machine
An electronic device that can record and play back rhythm patterns With advances in sampling technology, the sounds that drum machines make can be quite convincing, and with the improvements in microprocessors, a programmer can include more nuance and "feel" in the patterns As a result, a well-programmed drum machine can sometimes create quite human rhythm patterns Interestingly, many use drum machines to sound intentionally unnatural and machine-like In ambient, techno and other dance music, the most sought-after drum sounds come from older, less natural-sounding machines, like the Roland 808, and the grooves are often far too fast or dense for a human drummer to perform
drum machine
A kind of synthesizer dedicated to emulating percussion sounds
drum machine
Electronic drum that can be programmed to play repeated drum patterns
drum magazine
A cylindrical container for feeding cartridges into the firing chamber of a submachine gun or light machine gun
drum major
{i} person who leads a marching band and carries a baton ; chief drummer of a regiment; instructor of drummers; noisy assembly (Informal)
drum major
A drum major is a man who leads a marching band by walking in front of them. A man who leads a marching band or drum corps, often twirling a baton. the male leader of a marching band
drum major
A drum major is a sergeant in the army who is in charge of the drummers in a military band, or who leads the band when they are marching
drum major
The marching leader of a military band
drum major
the leader of a marching band or drum corps
drum major
A noisy gathering
drum major
The chief or first drummer of a regiment; an instructor of drummers
drum majorette
A drum majorette is a girl or young woman who wears a uniform and carries a stick which at intervals she throws into the air and catches. Drum majorettes march, often in lines, in front of a band as part of a procession. A woman who leads a marching band or drum corps, often twirling a baton. a majorette
drum majorette
a female drum major a female baton twirler who accompanies a marching band
drum majorette
female drum major; girl or woman who twirls a baton in a marching band
drum memory
A memory device consisting of a rotating metal cylinder with a magnetizable coating on its outer surface, usually used as a nonprogrammable random-access memory
drum out
If someone is drummed out of an organization such as the armed forces or a club, they are forced to leave it, usually because they have done something wrong. Sailors caught in a drugs scandal are to be drummed out of the service
drum printer
A line printer in which a revolving cylinder acts as the printing element
drum printer
a line printer in which the type is mounted on a rotating drum that contains a full character set for each printing position
drum roll
the sound of a drum (especially a snare drum) beaten rapidly and continuously
drum roll
A drum roll is a series of drumbeats that follow each other so quickly that they make a continuous sound. A drum roll is often used to show that someone important is arriving, or to introduce someone. A long drum roll introduced the trapeze artists
drum roll
succession of drum beats in a crescendo-like fashion that often ends with a clash of cymbals and usually signifies an introduction or presentation
drum sander
a power tool used for sanding wood; a loop of sandpaper is moved at high speed by an electric motor
drum up
gather; rally; cause by persistent effort; invent; devise
drum up
If you drum up support or business, you try to get it. It is to be hoped that he is merely drumming up business
drum up
gather; "drum up support"
drum winding
A method of armature winding in which the wire is wound upon the outer surface of a cylinder or drum from end to end of the cylinder; distinguished from ring winding, etc
drum-buffer-rope
(Ticaret) A technique that attempts to manage production flow through the identification of a bottleneck that sets the pace of releasing materials to production (drum), a buffer inventory to ensure continued operation of the bottleneck, and the system to control communications and information flow from the drum to the material release point (rope)
drum-like
resembling a drum, cylindrical, round
drum-roll
a quick continuous beating of a drum, used especially to introduce an important event
dressing drum
(Tıp, İlaç) Dressing drums are used for sterilizing and storing various types of dressings, instruments and surgical requisites
bongo drum
One of a pair of small drums, played with the hand
brake drum
A hollow metal cylinder, attached to a wheel of a vehicle, to which pressure is applied when braking
concert bass drum
A bass drum, normally suspended in a framework, used in static indoor performances
goblet drum
A single-headed drum, made from a variety of materials, used in the Near East
march to the beat of a different drum
To do things in one's own way regardless of conventional societal norms and expectations
red drum
a large red edible fish, Sciaenops ocellata, also called channel bass or redfish
snare drum
A tubular drum with skins stretched over the top and bottom, and having a set of chains that can be applied to the bottom skin to create a rattling sound
talking drum
Any of several drums whose pitch can be regulated by squeezing the sides
beat the drum
Proclaim as meritorious or significant, publicize vigorously
chalice drum
The chalice drum (also goblet drum) is a goblet shaped hand drum used in Arabic, Assyrian, Persian, Balkan, Armenian, Azeri and Turkish music. Its thin, responsive drumhead and resonance help it produce a distinctively crisp sound. It is of ancient origin, and is believed by some to have been invented before the chair
goblet drum
The goblet drum (also chalice drum) is a goblet shaped hand drum used in Arabic, Assyrian, Persian, Balkan, Armenian, Azeri and Turkish music. Its thin, responsive drumhead and resonance help it produce a distinctively crisp sound. It is of ancient origin, and is believed by some to have been invented before the chair
A drum
tympan
a drum
tambour
bass drum
percussion instrument with a low range, large drum which makes a low deep sound
bass drum
The largest of the different kinds of drums, having two heads, and emitting a deep, grave sound
bass drum
See Bass, a
bass drum
a large drum with two heads; makes a sound of indefinite but very low pitch
bass drum
A member of the percussion instrument family It has the following stages of sound production: energy source: muscle vibrating element: the drum head resonating chamber: the instrument's body
bass drum
The bass drum is a large membranophone of indefinite pitch that is played with a soft-headed stick; it produces a low, heavy sound that is heard prominently in this march
bass drum
A large drum having a cylindrical body and two heads and producing a low, resonant sound
bass drum
This large, cylindrical, percussion instrument is typically 32 inches in diameter
bongo drum
a small drum; played with the hands
brake drum
A metal cylinder to which pressure is applied by a braking mechanism in order to arrest rotation of the wheel or shaft to which the cylinder is attached
conga drum
A tall, usually tapering single-headed drum typically played by beating with the hands
drummed
past of drum
drumming
the act of playing drums; "he practiced his drumming several hours every day
drumming
Drumming is the sound or feeling of continuous beating. He pointed up to the roof, through which the steady drumming of rain could be heard His mouth was dry and he felt a drumming in his temples
drumming
{i} playing the drums
drumming
The act of beating upon, or as if upon, a drum; also, the noise which the male of the ruffed grouse makes in spring, by beating his wings upon his sides
drumming
Drumming is the action of playing the drums
drumming
the act of playing drums; "he practiced his drumming several hours every day"
drumming
present participle of drum
drumming
The act of beating a drum
drums
one of the main sounds of African music
drums
where newly processed, damp paper is rolled to dry
drums
A system of standard color schemes for macromolecular visualization used in PE, documented by Tim Driscoll in collaboration with Frieda Reichsman See the DRuMS Website
drums
third-person singular present of to drum
drums
The plural of "drum", this term often is used to refer to a drum set
drums
plural of drum
kick drum
bass drum in a drum set (played by a foot pedal)
magnetic drum
{i} cylinder with a magnetic surface on which data and programs are stored
played the drum
made music on drums, played percussion instruments
red drum
A large food fish (Sciaenops ocellata) of the Atlantic coastal waters of North America. Also called channel bass
snare drum
A small double-headed drum with snares placed across the lower head to produce a rattling or reverberating effect It is carried on the side of the body with a shoulder strap in marching bands In jazz and pop, the snare drum is placed on a stationary stand and integrated into the drum set
snare drum
A snare drum is a small drum used in orchestras and bands. Snare drums are usually played with wooden sticks, and make a continuous sound. n. A small double-headed drum having one or more wires or cords stretched across the bottom head to increase reverberation. Also called side drum
snare drum
a small drum with two heads and a snare stretched across the lower head
steel drum
a concave percussion instrument made from the metal top of an oil drum; has an array of flattened areas that produce different tones when struck (of Caribbean origin)
steel drum
A metal percussion instrument of Trinidadian origin, fashioned from an oil barrel and having a concave array of flattened areas that produce different tones when struck.steel drummer n. a type of drum from the West Indies, made from oil barrels, which you hit in different areas to produce different musical sounds. Tuned gong made from the end, and part of the wall, of an oil barrel. The barrel's end surface is hammered into a concave shape, and several areas are outlined by chiseled grooves. It is heated and tempered, and bosses or domes are hammered into the outlined areas; the depth, curvature, and size of each boss determines its pitch. Melodies, complex accompaniments, and counterpoint can be played with rubber-tipped mallets on a single drum. The steel drum originated in Trinidad in the 1940s. It is usually played in ensembles, called steel bands, of widely varying sizes
steel drum
musical instrument made from hammering the bottom of an oil drum into a bowl-shape and striking it with mallets (developed in Trinidad, major instrument of Caribbean music)
striped drum
a kind of drumfish
talking drum
A drum used originally for communication between villages Usually an hourglass-shaped, two-headed drum where the heads are laced together with thongs of gut or leather The drum is typically held between the arm and body so that varying pressure can be applied to the thongs to alter the drum’s pitch, thus causing "talking " In some African languages, a change in pitch can alter the meaning of the "words "
talking drum
A drum used originally for communication between villages Usually an hourglass shaped two-headed drum where the heads are laced together with thongs of gut or leather The drum is typically held between the arm and body so that varying pressure can be applied to the thongs which alter the drum’s pitch, thus "talking " Just as in some African languages, a change in pitch can alter the meaning of the "words "
tenor drum
any of various drums with small heads
drum

    Türkische aussprache

    drʌm

    Aussprache

    /ˈdrəm/ /ˈdrʌm/

    Etymologie

    [ 'dr&m ] (noun.) 1539. 1535, back-formation from drumslade "drummer" from Dutch or Low Saxon trommelslag "drumbeat" from trommel "drum" from trom "drum" + slag "beat" from slagen "to beat". Alternate etymology traces drum directly from Middle Dutch tromme "drum" or Middle Low German trumme "drum". Akin to Middle High German trumme, trumbe "drum", Old High German trumba "trumpet". More at trumpet.

    Gemeinsame Collocations

    drum up, drum roll, drum out

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