Chinese English Dictionary

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喇叭 in English:

1. horn horn

Tom played an old Irish song on his new French horn.
The truck driver used his horn to warn the cyclists he was coming up behind them.
Goats have two horns.
Tom spent a lot of time trying to learn how to play the French horn.
Nobody likes him, because he is always blowing his own horn.
To blow a horn.
I bet you'd never heard of a Stroh violin before Tom Waits dug it back up! Anyway, it used a large metal horn as its resonator instead of a wooden box so it could be picked up better by recording equipment before the late 1920s.
The Van Horn family was rich.
The train slowed and blared its horn as it approached the railway crossing.
The realisation that natural materials like ivory, horn, and tortoiseshell were becoming scarce because of over-exploitation prompted chemists to search for a synthetic alternative.
What a horn! This guy can dry laundry on it.
I don't like the look of the horns on that big goat!
The driver behind me kept sounding his horn.
Definition a horn is a device that makes a loud noise as a warning, for example in a car
She therefore came up on this side, opened her own window and tapped her horn lightly to draw attention to the fact that she was there.

English word "喇叭"(horn) occurs in sets:

Driving the car - 开车