Spanish Word for violin  

English Word: violin

Spanish Word: violín
The Spanish Word for violin
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Translated sentences containing 'violin'
I play violin.
Yo toco violín.
I come with my violin
Yo vengo con mi violín.
My brother doesn't like to play violin.
A mi hermano no le gusta tocar el violín.
What is a violin?
¿Qué es un violin?
He is going to play the violin.
El va a tocar el violin.
to play the violin
Tocar el violín
Support the violin well there.
Sujete el violín bien ahí.
Place the violin under your chin.
Coloca el violín debajo de la barbilla.

Miss Skride, your violin has the floor.
Señorita Skride, doy la palabra a su violín.
Mrs Vassiliou, the chords played by that violin in Sarajevo, the one Mrs Pack told us about, resonate more with our Europe than with a multitude of regulations.
Señora Vassiliou, los acordes que tocaba aquel violín en Sarajevo, del que nos ha hablado la señora Pack, resuenan más con nuestra Europa que con una multitud de reglamentos.
He has learned to play the international community like an old violin, instinctively knowing how much pressure he can put on the strings without causing them to break.
Ha aprendido a jugar con la comunidad internacional como si se tratara de un violín viejo, sabiendo por instinto la presión que puede ejercer en las cuerdas sin que éstas se rompan.
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