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vuvuzela
American English: /ˌvuvəˈzɛlə/
British English: /vuːvəˈzɛlə/

Translation of vuvuzela in Spanish:

noun

  • (South Africa) (Music)
    vuvuzela (feminine)
    (trompeta de plástico de sonido áspero que se suele usar para animar encuentros de fútbol u otros eventos)
    Example sentences
    • Furthermore, she urged the 2010 organisers to consider ways to minimise the potential harmful effects of vuvuzelas.
    • People lined the streets, lustily blowing vuvuzelas or shouting encouragement.
    • I showed Jubilee, an automated vuvuzela from my 2006 Cape Town show ' Promised land '.

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