Tambor in English | Spanish to English Translation
tambor
masculine noun
1. (musical instrument)
a. drum
A Fernanda le gusta tocar el tambor.Fernanda likes to play the drum.
2. (musician)
a. drummer
Gerardo es el tambor de la banda.Gerardo is the band's drummer.
3. (mechanical)
a. drum
El mecánico está cambiando el tambor del freno de mi coche. The mechanic is changing the brake drum on my car.
b. cylinder (revolver)
Giró el tambor del revólver, apuntó y disparó.He spun the cylinder on his revolver, took aim, and fired.
4. (anatomy)
a. eardrum
El bebé traía una infección en el tambor. The baby had an infection in his eardrum.
5. (cylindrical container)
a. drum
Hay un tambor lleno de detergente en el cuarto de lavar. There's a drum full of detergent in the laundry room.
6. (architecture)
a. tambour (Corinthian capital)
El tambor está decorado por hojas de acanto. The tambour is decorated with acanthus leaves.
b. tambour (circular wall)
La cúpula se apoya en un tambor.The dome is supported by a tambour.
7. (embroidery hoop)
a. tambour
El tambor sujeta la tela mientras uno trabaja.The tambour holds the material while you work.
tambor
masculine noun
1. drum (Mús & mechanics); cylinder (de pistola)
2. eardrum (anatomy)
masculine or feminine noun
3. drummer (tamborilero)
tambor
1 (Música) (instrumento) drum; (persona) drummer
venir o salir a tambor batiente to come out with flying colours
tambor mayor drum major
2 (Técnica) drum; [de lavadora] drum
tambor del freno brake drum
3 (Anatomía)
tambor del oído eardrum
4 [de detergente] drum
5
tambor magnético (Informática) magnetic drum
6 (Archit) [de columna] tambour
7 (Cos) (bastidor) tambour
8 (Caribe) (México) (tela) burlap; sackcloth
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