woodwind
Noun

woodwind (plural woodwinds)

  1. (musical instruments) Any (typically wooden) musical instrument that produces sound by the player blowing into it, through a reed, or across an opening. Woodwind instruments include the recorder, flute, piccolo, clarinet, oboe, cor anglais and bassoon.
Translations
  • French: bois
  • Portuguese: madeira
  • Russian: деревя́нный духово́й инструме́нт



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