Spanish Word for trumpet  

English Word: trumpet

Spanish Word: trompeta
The Spanish Word for trumpet
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Translated sentences containing 'trumpet'
You choose the trumpet
Tú eliges la trompeta.
I wish I could play the trumpet like Miles Davis.
Quisiera tocar la trompeta como Miles Davis.

That is why we should not lay all our cards on the table before negotiations begin and trumpet the goals we are after.
Por eso, no deberíamos poner todas nuestras cartas sobre la mesa antes de que empiecen las negociaciones y pregonar a los cuatro vientos los objetivos que perseguimos.
Did you go out and meet your trumpet-blowing people in your recent general election?
¿Salió usted al encuentro de sus entusiastas seguidores en las recientes elecciones generales?
From childhood he was a farm worker, he looked after his family’s herd of llama, he worked as a brickmaker, a bricklayer, a baker and a trumpet player.
Desde niño trabajó en tareas agrícolas, era el encargado de cuidar el rebaño de llamas de su familia, trabajó de ladrillero, de albañil, de panadero y de trompetero.
Yes indeed, those were heroes who met in Essen, Cannes and Madrid to trumpet the news that, of course, all Europe's efforts would be focused on tackling unemployment.
En efecto, Señorías, los héroes se reunieron en su momento en Essen, Cannes y Madrid para proclamar a voz en cuello que la lucha contra el desempleo debía ocupar obviamente un lugar central en todos los esfuerzos europeos.
Still we trumpet human rights and democracy clauses in partnership agreements with third countries, but non-compliance largely seems to go unmarked.
Seguimos pregonando los derechos humanos y las cláusulas de democracia en los acuerdos de asociación con terceros países, pero el incumplimiento de estas cláusulas parece pasar en gran medida inadvertido.
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