Translation of drum in Spanish:
- 1 [Music/Música] 1.1 tambor (masculine) to beat the drum for sth anunciar or pregonar algo con bombos y platillos or (Spain/España) a bombo y platillo 1.2(drums plural)(in band) batería (feminine) with Buddy Rich on drums con Buddy Rich en (la) bateríaExample sentences
- Intensity and loudness increases by the middle of the movement, with some sharp attacks by the strings, with drums and syncopated rhythms.
- While the 72nd Sutton Music Festival will benefit from a grant of £300 to enable organisers to set up a new section for drums and keyboard musicians.
- Jazz bands without drums or bass oblige the remaining participants to be extremely industrious.
- 2 2.1 (container) bidón (masculine) 2.2 (machine part) tambor (masculine) a revolving drum un tambor giratorioExample sentences2.3 (spool) tambor (masculine)
- Instead they may show excessive interest in repetitive activities, such as lining up their toys or watching the washing machine drum rotate for an extended period of time.
- Mohsan likened clock speeds to the RPM's of washing machine drums.
- Our baits were stored in large metal washing machine drums that we had shipped out specifically for the purpose, this kept them in superb condition.
- Though barrels may be close to extinct, companies still ship some oil in 55-gallon steel drums.
- Inside the drum's body is a padlocked hatch into which the money falls.
- Inside the bottomless drum are mixed items waiting to be sorted, treasures waiting to be uncovered.
- 3 [Cars/Automovilismo] 3.1(brake drum)tambor (masculine) (del freno) 3.2 (brake) [colloquial/familiar] freno (masculine) de tamborExample sentences
- My las' drum was in a tower block an' the lifts were never workin'.
- As 1992 approaches, a new drum in SE15 would have you well placed to enter the European market place.
- I'll give you all the drum - since the police station was bombed and someone offed his wife, Tom Croydon has been mighty surly.
- The boss has got a heap of good race horses and he always gives you the drum when they're goin'.
- 4 [Architecture/Arquitectura] tambor (masculine)Example sentences
- Foster and Partners' solution was to clad the circular drum with limestone to match the courtyard walls.
- Portions of this platform could then be removed in stages to allow the drum of the dome to be constructed through the platform.
- Sydney's brick drum, which was never intended to be seen from the outside, is being given a Portland stone skin.
- Today several column drums and capitals are to be found in GD 80.
- The Corinthian pronaos surmounted by a drum in Juvarra's design for the facade was only added in the 19th century.
transitive verb/verbo transitivo (-mm-)
- [table/floor] golpetear to drum one's fingers tamborilear con los dedos
intransitive verb/verbo intransitivo (-mm-)
drum intoverb + object + preposition + object/verbo + complemento + preposición + complemento to drum sth into sb o sb's head hacerle* aprender algo a algn a fuerza de repetírselo or [colloquial/familiar] de machacárselo she has had it drummed into her that she mustn't … le han hecho aprender a fuerza de repetírselo or [colloquial/familiar] de machacárselo que no debe …
drum out ofverb + object + adverb + preposition + object/verbo + complemento + adverbio + preposición + complemento [of army/school] expulsar de
drum upverb + adverb + object/verbo + adverbio + complemento [support] conseguir*, obtener* she's trying to drum up enthusiasm for the scheme está tratando de despertar entusiasmo por el plan
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