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  1. flute

    • IPA[fluːt]

    英式

    • n.
      a wind instrument made from a tube with holes that are stopped by the fingers or keys, held vertically or horizontally (in which case it is also called a transverse flute) so that the player's breath strikes a narrow edge. The modern orchestral form is a transverse flute, typically made of metal, with an elaborate set of keys.;an organ stop with wooden or metal flue pipes producing a tone similar to that of a flute.
    • v.
      speak in a melodious way;play a flute or pipe.
    • verb: flute, 3rd person present: flutes, gerund or present participle: fluting, past tense: fluted, past participle: fluted

    • noun: flute, plural noun: flutes

    • 釋義

    名詞

    • 1. a wind instrument made from a tube with holes that are stopped by the fingers or keys, held vertically or horizontally (in which case it is also called a transverse flute) so that the player's breath strikes a narrow edge. The modern orchestral form is a transverse flute, typically made of metal, with an elaborate set of keys.
    • an organ stop with wooden or metal flue pipes producing a tone similar to that of a flute.
    • 2. an ornamental vertical groove in a column.
    • a trumpet-shaped frill on a dress or other garment.
    • 3. a tall, narrow wine glass a flute of champagne

    動詞

    • 1. speak in a melodious way ‘What do you do?’ she fluted
    • literary play a flute or pipe.
    • 2. make flutes or grooves in the wood has been fluted to resemble Greek columns