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drum·stick

 (drŭm′stĭk′)
n.
1. A stick for beating a drum.
2. The lower part of the leg of a fowl, especially when cooked.

drumstick

(ˈdrʌmˌstɪk)
n
1. (Instruments) a stick used for playing a drum
2. (Cookery) the lower joint of the leg of a cooked fowl

drum•stick

(ˈdrʌmˌstɪk)

n.
1. a stick for beating a drum.
2. the meaty leg of a chicken, turkey, or other fowl.
[1580–90]
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.drumstick - the lower joint of the leg of a fowldrumstick - the lower joint of the leg of a fowl
helping, serving, portion - an individual quantity of food or drink taken as part of a meal; "the helpings were all small"; "his portion was larger than hers"; "there's enough for two servings each"
bird, fowl - the flesh of a bird or fowl (wild or domestic) used as food
turkey drumstick, turkey leg - the lower joint of the leg of a turkey
chicken drumstick, chicken leg - the lower joint of the leg of a chicken
dark meat - the flesh of the legs of fowl used as food
2.drumstick - a stick used for playing a drum
mallet, hammer - a light drumstick with a rounded head that is used to strike such percussion instruments as chimes, kettledrums, marimbas, glockenspiels, etc.
stick - an implement consisting of a length of wood; "he collected dry sticks for a campfire"; "the kid had a candied apple on a stick"
Translations
رِجْل الدَّجاج المَطْبوخعَصا الطَّبْل
palička na bubenstehno
lårtrommestav
csirkecombdobverõdobverő
leggurtrommukjuðitrommukjuîi
bagetbutdavul tokmağı

drumstick

[ˈdrʌmstɪk] N
1. (Mus) → baqueta f, palillo m de tambor
2. (= chicken leg) → muslo m

drumstick

[ˈdrʌmstɪk] n
(for playing the drum)baguette f de tambour
(= chicken leg) → pilon m

drumstick

n
(Mus) → Trommelschlägel or -stock m
(on chicken etc) → Keule f

drumstick

[ˈdrʌmˌstɪk] n
a. (Mus) → bacchetta
b. (chicken leg) → coscia di pollo

drum

(dram) noun
1. a musical instrument constructed of skin etc stretched on a round frame and beaten with a stick. He plays the drums.
2. something shaped like a drum, especially a container. an oil-drum.
3. an eardrum.
verbpast tense, past participle drummed
1. to beat a drum.
2. to tap continuously especially with the fingers. Stop drumming (your fingers) on the table!
3. to make a sound like someone beating a drum. The rain drummed on the metal roof.
ˈdrummer noun
a person who plays the drums.
ˈdrumstick noun
1. a stick used for beating a drum.
2. the lower part of the leg of a cooked chicken etc.
drum in/into
to force someone to remember (something) by repeating it constantly. You never remember anything unless I drum it in/into you.
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Flashing a prized drum stick that he had managed to collect when celebrity drummer Nigel flung it into the audience, Underwood showed framed pictures of other memorabilia he had gathered from the 92 concerts he had attended in 40 countries.
I strapped a drum stick to my left arm to start getting movement back into the left side and I just kept doing it and it worked, I was getting sensation back and the use of my left arm through perseverance.
Monday, barely two hours after they ate spaghetti, salad, pancit, valenciana, chicken drum stick and stew.
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FOO Fighters frontman Dave Grohl stopped a gig in Sydney to give a drum stick to a blind fan.
I was happy with my performance it would have been great if I hadn't dropped a drum stick but it's good that the judges looked past that.
Infamous for a curmudgeonly streak as wide as the Brynglas tunnels - Lou Reed looked like an avuncular uncle by comparison - tours and recording sessions would often pinwheel on a downward spiral into chaos - like the time onstage when Baker, bored by Bruce's performance, threw a drum stick at him, causing the bassist to attack his bandmate's kit with his guitar.
The user can press the yellow switch attached at the base of the drum or activate a capability switch (not included) to make the drum stick twirl and beat a fast, rhythmic drum roll.
Live out your rock star fantasy with this pair of forest-friendly drum stick pencils - great for banging out your favourite drum beat, playing along to the latest hit, or.
After introducing the reader to drums, rhythm, rests and values (including buying the drum set), Goldberg goes on to focus upon cymbals, drum sticks, setting up the drum set, holding the drum stick, and drum notation.
He teaches them the ways of rock, how to adopt the classic guitar hero stance, twirl a drum stick, the genius of The Who and Led Zeppelin and so on.