drumstick

drumstick
noun
1. (music) 
David broke a drumstick while playing the drums a little too passionately.David rompió un palillo mientras tocaba la batería con una pasión un tanto excesiva.
The drummer threw his drumsticks out to the audience and accidentally hit a fan in the eye.El batería tiró las baquetas al público y le dio accidentalmente a un fan en el ojo.
2. (culinary) 
a. el muslo (M) 
In that restaurant, they serve some delicious chicken drumsticks and wings in sweet and sour sauce.En ese restaurante, sirven unos muslos y alas de pollo en salsa agridulce que están buenísimos.
b. la pata (F) 
Ryan ate two fried drumsticks.Ryan se comió dos patas fritas.
c. la pierna (F) (Bolivia) (Colombia) (Guatemala) (Mexico) (Peru) 
I had a delicious turkey drumstrick in mole sauce for lunch.Comí una deliciosa pierna de pavo en mole.
drumstick
Noun
1. (for playing drums) 
a. la baqueta (F) 
2. (chicken leg) 
a. el muslo (M) 
drumstick [ˈdrʌmstɪk]
noun
1 (Mús) baqueta (f); palillo (m) de tambor
2 (chicken leg) muslo (m)
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