drum head
Noun

drum head (plural drum heads)

  1. The thin circle of material attached to the top of a drum shell for the purpose of striking, sometimes made of skin and in such occurrences sometimes referred to as a skin, or drum-skin, but often synthetic.
  2. A drumhead cabbage.
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