Translation for 'wind instrument' from English to Russian
NOUN   a wind instrument | wind instruments
SYNO wind | wind instrument
духовой инструмент {м}
wind instrument
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инструмент {м}
медный духовой инструмент {м}
brass instrument
струнный инструмент {м}
string instrument
ветер {м}wind
береговой ветер {м}
offshore wind
пронизывающий ветер {м}
nipping wind
морской ветер {м}
onshore wind
пронизывающий ветер {м}
biting wind
ветрогенератор {м}
wind turbine
солнечный ветер {м}
solar wind
дыхание {с}wind [esp. Br.] [breath]
закончить что-л. [сов.]to wind sth. up [bring to an end]
наматывать на [+akk.] [несов.]to wind round [roll, thread, rope etc.]
Ветер и лев [Джон Милиус]
The Wind and the Lion [John Milius]
Кто сеет ветер, пожнёт бурю.
They that sow the wind shall reap the whirlwind.
Унесённые ветром
Gone with the Wind [novel: Margaret Mitchell, film: Victor Fleming]
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Usage Examples English
  • In sailing, "apparent wind" is the speed and direction of wind indicated by a wind instrument (anemometer) on a "moving" craft (on water, land or ice) in undisturbed air.
  • The city orchestra of Loviisa was founded in 1888, and now works as a hobby-based wind instrument orchestra.
  • The "Q" of a brass instrument or wind instrument needs to be high enough to pick one frequency out of the broader-spectrum buzzing of the lips or reed.
  • It is uncertain if the Spanish wind instrument "orlo" (attested in an inventory of 1559) designates the crumhorn, but it is known that crumhorns were used in Spain in the sixteenth century, and the identification seems likely.
  • For this reason, the pitch of a musical wind instrument increases as its temperature increases.

  • The Runik ocarina is a Neolithic flute-like wind instrument, and is the earliest prehistoric musical instrument ever recorded in Kosovo.
  • A flageolet is a wind instrument similar to a recorder.
  • However, unlike woodwind instruments with reeds, a flute is a reedless wind instrument that produces its sound from the flow of air across an opening.
  • The search for a satisfactory foundational wind instrument that could support massed sound above its pitch took many years.
  • or lipping is the use of the lips, facial muscles, tongue, and teeth in playing a wind instrument.

  • Eucalypt wood is also commonly used to make didgeridoos, a traditional Australian Aboriginal wind instrument.
  • Many synthesizer wind controllers are played and fingered like a saxophone, such as the Electronic Wind Instrument (EWI).
  • The unrelated free-reed wind instrument aeolina, today called the "harmonica", was not invented until 1821, sixty years later.
  • In musical terms, they are often described as sounding hollow, and are therefore used as the basis for wind instrument sounds created using subtractive synthesis.
  • The Hlai play a traditional wind instrument called "kǒuxiāo" (...) and another called "lìlāluó" (...).

  • Jazz saxophonist Tom Scott played the lyricon, an electronic wind instrument.
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