Definition of grand piano in English:

grand piano

Syllabification: grand pi·an·o

noun

A large, full-toned piano that has the body, strings, and soundboard arranged horizontally and in line with the keys and is supported by three legs.
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  • In her spare time, the lawyer likes to do nothing better than knock out a few ditties from the Great American Songbook on her baby grand piano.
  • My mother received a baby grand piano as a wedding gift from her parents.
  • Stanley had a great love of music and played a baby grand piano.

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