Hay 2 definiciones de sax en inglés:

sax1

Saltos de línea: sax

sustantivo

informal
  • 1A saxophone: alto sax [as modifier]: a sax solo
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    • Over the years, he has become adept on alto and soprano saxes, value trombone, flugelhorn, pocket trumpet, cornet, and various clarinets.
    • His exquisite phrasing is heard frequently on 16-or 32-bar alto sax solos, and occasionally on trumpet and clarinet.
    • The song bolts out with an anticipatory, pulsing rhythm under a soprano sax solo.
  • 1.1A saxophone player: tenor saxes Alan Thompson and Sue Ferris
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    • Though Underhill admits his band of three saxes, a crazy bassist, and a dancing drummer is getting on in years, he claims they've still got that old verve.
    • One of the tenor saxes also played the lead in unison with the clarinet, but an octave lower.

Derivativos

saxist

sustantivo
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  • Our erstwhile ska hardliners are now essentially a four-piece, with saxist Lorraine front and centre handling vocal duty.
  • And he also fell under the sway of Crouch, as well as the alto saxist Arthur Blythe and, a bit later, David Murray, who played tenor sax and bass clarinet.
  • B.J., Andy, and Joe would play their guitars, Alex would be our saxist, Chelsea would be the keyboardist, and you and I would be the lead singers.

Origen

early 20th century: abbreviation.

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Hay 2 definiciones de sax en inglés:

sax2

Saltos de línea: sax
(also zax /zaks/)

sustantivo

  • A small axe used for cutting roof slates, with a point for making nail holes.

Origen

Old English seax 'knife', of Germanic origin, from an Indo-European root meaning 'cut'.

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