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Žodžio paaiškinimas anglų kalba:
- noun: A percussion instrument consisting of a hollow cylinder or hemisphere with a membrane stretched tightly over one or both ends, played by beating with the hands or sticks.
- noun: A sound produced by this instrument.
- noun: Something resembling a drum in shape or structure, especially a barrellike metal container or a metal cylinder wound with cable, wire, or heavy rope.
- noun: Architecture A circular or polygonal wall supporting a dome or cupola. Also called tambour.
- noun: Architecture Any of the cylindrical stone blocks that are stacked to form the shaft of a column.
- noun: Any of various marine and freshwater fishes of the family Sciaenidae that make a drumming sound.
- noun: Anatomy The eardrum.
- verb-intransitive: To play a drum or drums.
- verb-intransitive: To thump or tap rhythmically or continually: nervously drummed on the table.
- verb-intransitive: To produce a booming, reverberating sound by beating the wings, as certain birds do.
- verb-transitive: To perform (a piece or tune) on or as if on a drum.
- verb-transitive: To summon by or as if by beating a drum.
- verb-transitive: To make known to or force upon (a person) by constant repetition: drummed the answers into my head.
- verb-transitive: To expel or dismiss in disgrace. Often used with out: was drummed out of the army.
- phrasal-verb: drum up To bring about by continuous, persistent effort: drum up new business.
- phrasal-verb: drum up To devise; invent: drummed up an alibi.
- būgno mušimas
- drum of the ear anat. būgnelis
- plasnoti sparnais
- (apie žinias)
- skardinė (dažų)
- mušti būgną