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instrument US English

A tool or implement, especially one for delicate or scientific work

wind instrument US English

A musical instrument in which sound is produced by the vibration of air, typically by the player blowing into the instrument

null instrument US English

An instrument used to measure an electrical quantity by adjusting known quantities in the circuit until a reading of zero is obtained

blunt instrument US English

A heavy object without a sharp edge or point, used as a weapon

brass instrument US English

A wind instrument, such as a trumpet or trombone, typically made of brass

instrument panel US English

A surface in front of a driver’s or pilot’s seat, on which the vehicle’s or aircraft’s instruments are situated

statutory instrument US English

A government or executive order of subordinate legislation

transposing instrument US English

An orchestral instrument whose notated pitch is different from its sounded pitch, e.g., the clarinet and many brass instruments

original instrument US English

A musical instrument, or a copy of one, dating from the time the music played on it was composed

instrument board in instrument panel US English

A surface in front of a driver’s or pilot’s seat, on which the vehicle’s or aircraft’s instruments are situated

musical instrument in instrument US English

An object or device for producing musical sounds

transit circle US English

Another term for meridian circle.

transit instrument in transit circle US English

Another term for meridian circle.

instrument US Thesaurus

a wound made with a sharp instrument

instrument English-Spanish

instrumento masculine (musical)

musical instrument English-Spanish

instrumento masculine musical

instrument panel English-Spanish

tablero masculine de mandos, salpicadero masculineSpain/España

a blunt instrument in blunt English-Spanish

un objeto contundente

a blunt instrument in instrument English-Spanish

un instrumento contundente

her instrument was pitched lower in pitch English-Spanish

su instrumento tenía un tono más bajo

to play an instrument/a piece by ear in ear English-Spanish

tocar* un instrumento/una pieza de oído

she was merely an instrument of fate in instrument English-Spanish

fue un mero instrumento del destino

the car has a very clear instrument layout in layout English-Spanish

el coche tiene un tablero muy bien diseñado


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