Definición de balalaika en inglés:

balalaika

Saltos de línea: bala|laika
Pronunciación: /ˌbaləˈlʌɪkə
 
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sustantivo

A Russian musical instrument like a guitar with a triangular body and typically three strings.
Más ejemplos en oraciones
  • All the chorus writing, including some clarinet-led boat music in which strings imitate a balalaika, a wedding song that yields to anguish, some vigorous, aggressive Polish bravado, and the noble imperial finale, is dramatic and vivid.
  • You can hear every pure delightful twang and warble of every guitar, gadulka, balalaika and harp and in a couple of tracks a clarinet cuts the melody with a compelling slice of romance.
  • Now he straightened his embroidered jerkin and fluffed his lace cuffs with a fastidious air, and the strings of the balalaika on his back sang gently as he shrugged.

Origen

late 18th century: from Russian, of Tatar origin.

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