trumpet

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Английский Язык - Турецкий язык
trompet

Ben sık sık onun trompette melodi çaldığını duydum. - I often heard him playing the melody on the trumpet.

Tom şu anda lise bandosunda ilk trompetini çalıyor. - Tom currently plays first trumpet in his high school band.

borazan çalmak
megafon
fil sesi
çığlık
{f} borazan çal
bağırış
böğürtü
{i} borazan

Tom'un borazanını kimin çaldığına dair oldukça iyi bir fikri var. - Tom has a pretty good idea who stole his trumpet.

boru
Campsis radicans
{f} boru gibi ses çıkarmak
{f} boru çalarak ilan etmek
yaymak
{i} boru sesi
trumpet creeper borulu hanımeli
trumpet call boru sesi ile çağırma
{f} bağırmak (fil)
boru çalarak ilân etmek
{f} trompet çalmak

Trompet çalmak için harcadığın zamanın süresi sana kalmıştır. - The amount of time you spend practicing the trumpet is up to you.

a flourish of trumpets boru se
{f} boru çalmak
{f} ilan etmek
trumpet shell
(Hayvan Bilim, Zooloji) deniz salyangozu
trumpet vine
acemborusu
trumpet creeper
borulu hanımeli
trumpet flower
boru çiçeği
trumpet honeysuckle
borulu hanımeli
trumpet section
boru kesiti
trumpet vine
(Botanik, Bitkibilim) Acem borusu, borazan çiçeği
Trumpet Roving guide
(Tekstil) Huni
trumpet forth
ilan etmek
trumpet major
trompet bandosu
trumpet vine/creeper
bot. acemborusu
trumpet winsock
(Bilgisayar) trumpet winsock
angel's trumpet
(Botanik, Bitkibilim) tatula
blow one's own trumpet
özünü göklere çıkarmak
play the trumpet
trompet çal
blow one's own trumpet
horn kendisini övmek
blow one's own trumpet
(deyim) Övünmek, böbürlenmek
plural of trumpet
trompet çoğul
Sliver trumpet
(Tekstil) Band hunisi
blow one's own trumpet
{k} kendi borusunu çalmak, kendi reklamını yapmak, övünmek
ear trumpet
kulak borusu (cihaz)
speaking trumpet
megafon
steam trumpet
tren düdüğü
Английский Язык - Английский Язык
A musical instrument of the brass family, generally tuned to the key of B-flat

The royal herald sounded a trumpet to announce their arrival.

Of an elephant, to make its cry

The circus trainer cracked the whip, signaling the elephant to trumpet.

To proclaim loudly; to promote enthusiastically

Bill has trumpeted the cause of debt relief for Africa far and wide.

To sound loudly, be amplified

The music trumpeted from the speakers, hurting my ears.

In an orchestra or other musical group, a musician that plays the trumpet

The trumpets were assigned to stand at the rear of the orchestra pit.

To play the trumpet

Cedric made a living trumpeting for the change of passersby in the subway.

The cry of an elephant

The large bull gave a basso trumpet as he charged the hunters.

{n} a shrill musical instrument
{v} to sound, proclaim, tell abroad
In consists of a long metallic tube, curved (once or twice) into a convenient shape, and ending in a bell
A wind instrument of great antiquity, much used in war and military exercises, and of great value in the orchestra
a brass musical instrument with a brilliant tone; has a narrow tube and a flared bell and is played by means of valves
A funnel, or short, fiaring pipe, used as a guide or conductor, as for yarn in a knitting machine
A trumpeter
A brass instrument consisting of a fairly complex network of curved piping Valves control the effective length of the tubing, and thus the pitch The instrument is pitched higher than the trombone
utter in trumpet-like sounds; "Elephants are trumpeting" proclaim on, or as if on, a trumpet; "Liberals like to trumpet their opposition to the death penalty" play or blow on the trumpet
Brass instrument of the soprano range It has a cylindrical bore, valves, and a cup mouthpiece The trumpet is a popular instrument in bands, jazz, and pop music as well as in the orchestra Famous jazz trumpet players: Dizzy Gillespie, Miles Davis, Louis Armstrong Search Google com for Trumpet
One who praises, or propagates praise, or is the instrument of propagating it
a valved brass instrument having a cylindrical tube with two turns and a usual range from G sharp below middle C upward for 2 ½ octaves
A tubular or conical brass instrument with a flared bell and a bright penetrating tone
H7782 showphar, sho-far'; or sho-phar, sho-far'; from H8231 in the orig sense of incising; a cornet (as giving a clear sound) or curved horn: --cornet, trumpet
{i} one of several musical wind instruments made of brass tubing with a flared bell at the end and having a strong and penetrating tone; something that looks like a trumpet; sound of a trumpet, sound similar to that of a trumpet; trumpet player
A trumpet is a musical instrument of the brass family which plays quite high notes
play or blow on the trumpet
A type of interchange used where one road terminates on another (ie, a three-way interchange) The most basic way to grade-separate a T-junction See the Interchange Dictionary page
A three-way interchange with no crossing movements, featuring one 270-degree loop ramp opposite the terminating roadway, and a semidirectional ramp following the loop to the outside See the Trumpet page
A high-pitched member of the brass instrument family, with the following stages of sound production: energy source: air vibrating element: the player's lips resonating chamber: the instrument's body
Its scale in the lower octaves is limited to the first natural harmonics; but there are modern trumpets capable, by means of valves or pistons, of producing every tone within their compass, although at the expense of the true ringing quality of tone
utter in trumpet-like sounds; "Elephants are trumpeting"
To publish by, or as by, sound of trumpet; to noise abroad; to proclaim; as, to trumpet good tidings
An integral member of the brass family The soprano brass trumpet is composed of a cupped mouthpiece, bent tube formed into a rectangular shaped body, and ending with a small flared bell Trumpets are available in many sizes with various pitch classes Piccolo Trumpets carry the very highest register The trumpet's louder and more brilliant sound replaced the Coronet in the 1920s
If someone trumpets something that they are proud of or that they think is important, they speak about it publicly in a very forceful way. The government has been trumpeting tourism as a growth industry Nobody should be trumpeting about chemical weapons It was trumpeted that the nation's health was improving. Brass instrument with tubing twice-folded in an elongated shape. (In its broad sense, trumpet may refer to any lip-vibrated instrument.) The modern trumpet has a mostly cylindrical bore, three valves, and a cup-shaped mouthpiece, and it is usually a B-flat or C instrument. The trumpet had taken its basic modern shape, with its ovoid loop, by 1500. In the 17th-18th centuries it employed crooks (removable lengths of tubing) to enable playing in different keys. The valved trumpet was developed in the 1820s. The trumpet has been associated with ceremonial and military uses since the 16th century. It joined the standard orchestra by 1700, though it was only selectively used, usually with the timpani. Its brilliant sound has since made it indispensable in a wide variety of ensembles. See also cornet; flügelhorn
proclaim on, or as if on, a trumpet; "Liberals like to trumpet their opposition to the death penalty"
To sound loudly, or with a tone like a trumpet; to utter a trumplike cry
{f} blow a trumpet, play one of a number of brass wind instruments; emit a sound like a trumpet; proclaim loudly
trumpet arch
a conical squinch
trumpet creeper
a North American woody vine having pinnate leaves and large red trumpet-shaped flowers
trumpet creeper
A deciduous woody vine (Campsis radicans) of the eastern United States, having opposite compound leaves and trumpet-shaped reddish-orange flowers. Also called trumpet vine
trumpet honeysuckle
evergreen North American honeysuckle vine having coral-red or orange flowers
trumpet honeysuckle
A vine (Lonicera sempervirens) of the eastern United States, having tubular reddish flowers
trumpet section
the section of a band or orchestra that plays trumpets or cornets
trumpet-shaped
resembling a trumpet, formed like a trumpet
Trumpet.
beme
angel's trumpet
common name for two closely related genera in the Solanaceae family, Brugmansia and Datura
ear trumpet
A conical shape designed to channel sound to the apex, which was placed in the ear, to serve as a hearing aid
pocket trumpet
A compact size B-flat major trumpet, with the same range as a standard B-flat major trumpet
speaking trumpet
A trumpet-shaped acoustic device formerly used as a hearing aid
trumpeting
Present participle of trumpet
blow one's own trumpet
(deyim) Boast, brag, sing one's own praises, show off, swank, congratulate oneself; blow/toot one's own horn
A trumpet
beem
A trumpet
trump
angel's trumpet
South American plant cultivated for its large fragrant trumpet-shaped flowers South American plant cultivated for its very large nocturnally fragrant trumpet-shaped flowers
angel's trumpet
Any of several New World plants of the genera Brugmansia or Datura, having large, variously colored trumpet-shaped flowers. All parts of the plants contain the poisonous belladonna alkaloids
blow one's own trumpet
brag, boast
don't blow your own trumpet
do not boast about one's own accomplishments
ear trumpet
A horn-shaped device formerly used to direct sound into the ear of a hearing-impaired person. a type of tube that is wide at one end, used by old people in the past to help them hear
ear trumpet
sound intensifying device held to the ear for those with defective hearing
nepal trumpet flower
evergreen woody twiner with large glossy leaves and showy corymbs of fragrant white trumpet-shaped flowers
red angel's trumpet
arborescent South American shrub having very large orange-red flowers
sea trumpet
Any large marine univalve shell of the genus Triton
sea trumpet
A great blackish seaweed of the Southern Ocean, having a hollow and expanding stem and a pinnate frond, sometimes twenty feet long
speaking trumpet
a trumpet-shaped acoustic device to intensify and direct the human voice; formerly held to the ear by a hard-of-hearing person
trumpeted
past of trumpet
trumpeters
psophiidae
trumpeting
action of the verb to trumpet; playing a trumpet
trumpeting
A channel cut behind the brick lining of a shaft
trumpeting
{i} channel cut in the back of the brick lining of a shaft (in Mining)
trumpets
plural of trumpet
trumpets
third-person singular of trumpet
trumpets
A plant (Sarracenia flava) with long, hollow leaves
white trumpet lily
{i} tall lily of Japan that has scented pure white trumpet-shaped flowers
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Определение trumpet в Турецкий язык Английский Язык словарь

trumpet creeper
trumpet vine
trumpet winsock
(Bilgisayar) trumpet winsock
trumpet

    Расстановка переносов

    trum·pet

    Турецкое произношение

    trʌmpıt

    Синонимы

    cornet

    Произношение

    /ˈtrəmpət/ /ˈtrʌmpət/

    Этимология

    [ 'tr&m-p&t ] (noun.) 14th century. From Middle English trumpette, trompette "trumpet" from Old French trompette "trumpet", diminutive of trompe "horn, trump, trumpet", of Germanic origin, from Low Frankish *trumpa, *trumba "trumpet". Akin to Old High German trumpa, trumba "horn, trumpet", Middle Dutch tromme "drum", Middle Low German trumme "drum". More at drum.

    Времена

    trumpets, trumpeting, trumpeted

    Слово дня

    acquiesce
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