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part of speech: noun

A kind of trombone; a kind of trumpet drawn out or shortened by means of sliders, used as a bass in concerts; a kind of harp or lyre.

part of speech: noun

The name of the trombone when first brought to England: ( B.) a kind of lyre or stringed instrument.

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