instrument

instrument
'instrəmənt
noun
1) (a tool, especially if used for delicate scientific or medical work: medical/surgical/mathematical instruments.) instrumento
2) ((also musical instrument) an apparatus for producing musical sounds: He can play the piano, violin and several other instruments.) instrumento
- instrumentalist
instrument n instrumento
a musical instrument un instrumento musical
instrument
tr['ɪnstrəmənt]
noun
1 instrumento
musical instrument instrumento musical
surgical instrument instrumento quirúrgico
(set of) instruments instrumental nombre masculino
\
SMALLIDIOMATIC EXPRESSION/SMALL
instrument panel tablero de mandos
instrument ['ɪntstrəmənt] n
: instrumento m
instrument
n.
aparato s.m.
instrumento s.m.
utensilio s.m.
órgano s.m.
'ɪnstrəmənt, 'ɪnstrʊmənt
noun
1) (musical instrument) instrumento m (musical)
2)
a) (piece of equipment) instrumento m

surgical instruments — instrumental m quirúrgico

b) instruments plural noun (Aviat) instrumentos mpl, mandos mpl; (Auto) instrumentación f, instrumentos mpl
['ɪnstrʊmǝnt]
1. N
1) (Mus) (gen) instrumento m

surgical instruments — instrumental m quirúrgico

set of instruments — instrumental m

to fly on instruments — volar por instrumentos

2) (fig) instrumento m

he was nothing more than her instrument — él no era más que su instrumento

3) (Jur) instrumento m
2.
CPD

instrument board, instrument panel N — (Aer) tablero m de instrumentos, cuadro m de instrumentos; (US) (Aut) tablero m de mandos, salpicadero m (Sp)

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['ɪnstrəmənt, 'ɪnstrʊmənt]
noun
1) (musical instrument) instrumento m (musical)
2)
a) (piece of equipment) instrumento m

surgical instruments — instrumental m quirúrgico

b) instruments plural noun (Aviat) instrumentos mpl, mandos mpl; (Auto) instrumentación f, instrumentos mpl

English-spanish dictionary. 2013.

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