- 1.1 (instrument) clarín (m), corneta (f) (before noun/delante del nombre) bugle call toque (masculine) de clarínMore example sentences1.2 (bead) cuenta (feminine)
More example sentences
- This military role was later assumed by the bugle or trumpet in the west.
- Deployed in open order, often across broken terrain and beyond the immediate supervision of their commanders, the manoeuvres of these soldiers were controlled by signals relayed by bugles and horns.
- The ability to play only notes of the harmonic series is the characteristic feature of such simple instruments as the bugle or posthorn.
- Sophie's more casual outfit consists of a black Powerline stretch sleeveless top, Kismet's own label sarong, and an orange, multi-strand bugle bead bracelet.
- Towering stilettos from Sergio Rossi or Diego Dolcini are studded with Swarovski crystals, bugle beads or paillettes, often on luxurious fabrics such as satin or even alpaca.
- She believes in shimmer in bridal wear and embellishes the line with bugle beads, gold thread, sequins, embroidery, weave and print to create an almost futuristic look.
Here is a selection of useful words and phrases you will need in real-life situations while you're visiting Spain and other Spanish-speaking countries...
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