drummer

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drum·mer

 (drŭm′ər)
n.
1. One who plays a drum, as in a band.
2. A traveling salesperson.

drummer

(ˈdrʌmə)
n
1. (Instruments) a person who plays a drum or set of drums
2. (Professions) chiefly US a salesman, esp a travelling salesman
3. (Agriculture) slang Austral and NZ the slowest shearer in a team

drum•mer

(ˈdrʌm ər)

n.
1. a person who plays a drum.
2. a commercial traveler or traveling sales representative.
[1565–75]
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.drummer - someone who plays a drumdrummer - someone who plays a drum    
percussionist - a musician who plays percussion instruments
timpanist, tympanist - a person who plays the kettledrums
Translations
طَبّالطَبَّال
bubeník
trommeslager
kauppamatkustajarumpali
bubnjar
dobos
trymbill
ドラマー
드러머
bobnar
trummis
คนตีกลอง
người đánh trống

drummer

[ˈdrʌməʳ] N (in military band etc) → tambor m; (in jazz/pop group) → batería mf

drummer

[ˈdrʌmər] n (gen)joueur/euse m/f de tambour, tambour m; (in rock band, in jazz band)batteur/euse m/fdrum roll nroulement m de tambourdrum set nbatterie f

drummer

n
(in orchestra) → Trommelschläger(in) m(f); (in band, pop group) → Schlagzeuger(in) m(f); (Mil, in parade etc) → Trommler(in) m(f)
(US inf) → Vertreter(in) m(f)

drummer

[ˈdrʌməʳ] n (in military band) → tamburo; (in jazz band, pop group) → batterista m/f

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.

drummer

طَبَّال bubeník trommeslager Trommler ντράμερ batería, baterista rumpali batteur bubnjar batterista ドラマー 드러머 drummer trommeslager dobosz baterista барабанщик trummis คนตีกลอง davulcu người đánh trống 鼓手
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