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sax

 (săks)
n.
A saxophone.

sax

(sæks)
n
(Tools) a tool resembling a small axe, used for cutting roofing slate
[Old English seax knife; related to Old Saxon sahs, Old Norse sax]

sax

(sæks)
n
(Instruments) informal short for saxophone

sax

(sæks)

n.
a saxophone.
[by shortening]

Sax.

1. Saxon.
2. Saxony.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.sax - a Belgian maker of musical instruments who invented the saxophone (1814-1894)Sax - a Belgian maker of musical instruments who invented the saxophone (1814-1894)
2.sax - a single-reed woodwind with a conical boresax - a single-reed woodwind with a conical bore
single-reed instrument, single-reed woodwind - a beating-reed instrument with a single reed (as a clarinet or saxophone)
Translations

sax

[sæks] Nsaxo m

sax

[ˈsæks] n (= saxophone) → saxo m
I play the sax → Je joue du saxo.

sax

n (inf: = saxophone) → Saxofon nt
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And leads his band through certain passages on his own soprano sax.
The Sax Sirens will now play the Four Provinces pub in Allesley Old Road from 12.
Born in Belgium in 1814, Sax was the son of an instrument maker.
The Hotel Sax Chicago will create a new synergy within Marina City, tying together venues that all offer a wonderful flavor of downtown Chicago.
Irish folk and rock band Seldom Sober play the Hearsall Inn, Craven Street from 9pm, duo Time after Time play the Craven Arms and Celtic rock band Endless Knot and the Sax Sirens wind up the festival at the Four Provinces from 9pm.
A woman sax player was not considered front band material back then.
For his dissertation, Selva interviewed jazz greats Dave Brubeck, George Benson, and Kirk Whalum, as well as Dominican priest and saxophonist James Marchionda, all of whom make a case for using the sax in worship.