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to trumpet; to play the trumpet trompeten {vi} [mus.]

trumpeting; playing the trumpet trompetend

trumpeted; played the trumpet trompetet

trumpets trompetet

trumpeted trompetete

trumpet; trump Trompete {f} [mus.] [listen]

trumpets Trompeten {pl}

to trumpet forth hinaustrompeten {vt}

trumpeting forth hinaustrompetend

trumpeted forth hinaustrompetet

trumpet gland Kabeldurchführungstrompete {f}

trumpet creepers; hummingbird vines; cow itch vines (botanical genus) Trompetenblumen {pl}; Klettertrompeten {pl}; Jasmintrompeten {pl}; Trompetenwinden {pl}; Trompetenweine {pl} (Campsis) (botanische Gattung) [bot.]

trumpet method Trompetenschule {f} (Methode) [mus.]

trumpet tutor book; trumpet method book Trompetenschule {f} (Übungsbuch) [mus.]

trumpet vines (botanical genus) Trompetenweine {pl} (Podranea) (botanische Gattung) [bot.]

trumpet gland Trompetenverschraubung {f} [techn.]

to trumpet sth. [fig.] etw. herausposaunen {vt} [übtr.]

trumpet manucode; trumpet bird Trompeterparadieskrähe {f}; Schall-Manucodia {f} (Phonygammus keraudrenii) [ornith.]

bass trumpet Basstrompete {f} [mus.] (Blasinstrument)

bass trumpets Basstrompeten {pl}

ear trumpet; otophone Hörrohr {n} [hist.]

ear trumpets; otophones Hörrohre {pl}

jazz trumpet Jazztrompete {f} [mus.] (Blasinstrument)

jazz trumpets Jazztrompeten {pl}

natural trumpet Naturtrompete {f} [mus.] (Blasinstrument)

natural trumpets Naturtrompeten {pl}

sperm whale; great sperm whale; spermaceti whale; trumpet whale; cachalot Pottwal {m}; Pottfisch {m} [ugs.]; Caschelott (Physeter macrocephalus) [zool.]

sperm whales Pottwale {pl} [zool.]

North American pitcher plants; trumpet pitchers (botanical genus) Schlauchpflanzen {pl}; Trompetenpflanzen {pl}; Trompetenblatt {n} (Sarracenia) (botanische Gattung) [bot.]

blast on a trumpet Trompetenstoß {m}

velvet trumpet flowers (botanical genus) Trompetenzungen {pl} (Salpiglossis) (botanische Gattung) [bot.]

Malaysian trumpet snail (Malaiische) Turmdeckelschnecke {f} [zool.]

valve trumpet Ventiltrompete {f} [mus.] (Blasinstrument)

valve trumpets Ventiltrompeten {pl}

slide trumpet Zugtrompete {f} [mus.] (Blasinstrument)

slide trumpets Zugtrompeten {pl}

to sing one's own praises; to blow one's (own) trumpet [Br.]; to blow/toot one's own horn [Am.] sich selbst beweihräuchern {vr} [soc.]

microlaterolog; trumpet log Mikrolaterolog {n} [min.]

'Blow your own Trumpet' (by Ustinov / work title) 'Hafen der Illusion' (von Ustinov / Werktitel) [lit.]

gelsemium shrubs (botanical genus) Gelsemium-Sträucher {pl} (Gelsemium) (botanische Gattung) [bot.]

allspice jasmine; allspice jessamine [Am.]; heartbreak grass Asiatischer Giftjasmin {m} (Gelsemium elegans)

yellow jasmine; false jasmine; wild jasmine; yellow jessamine [Am.]; false jessamine [Am.]; wild jessamine [Am.]; Carolina jessamine [Am.]; evening trumpet-flower Gelber Jasmin {m}; Falscher Jasmin {m}; Wilder Jasmin {m}; Giftjasmin {m} (Gelsemium sempervirens)

swamp jasmine; swamp jessamine [Am.]; Rankin's trumpetflower Sumpfjasmin {m} (Gelsemium rankinii)

praise; plaudits Lob {n}; Anerkennung {f} [soc.] [listen]

to receive/glean praise/plaudits Lob erhalten/einheimsen; gelobt werden

to be sparing with praise mit Lob sparen

beyond praise über alles Lob erhaben

to sing one's own praises; to blow one's own trumpet [fig.] sein eigenes Lob singen

thorn-apples; angel's trumpets (botanical genus) Stechäpfel {pl}; Engelstrompeten {pl} (Datura) (botanische Gattung) [bot.]

datura stramonium; Jimson weed; devil's trumpet; devil's weed; thorn apple; tolguacha; Jamestown weed; stinkweed; locoweed; datura; pricklyburr; devil's cucumber; Hell's Bells; moonflower Gemeiner Stechapfel; Weißer Stechapfel

part (texture) [listen] Stimme {f} (einzelner Part in einer mehrstimmigen Komposition) (Tonsatz) [mus.] [listen]

parts [listen] Stimmen {pl}

bass part; bass line; bassline Bassstimme {f}; Bass {m} [listen]

vocal part; voice part Vokalstimme {f}

instrumental part Instrumentalstimme {f}

piano part Klavierstimme {f}

There's an f-sharp in the trumpet part. In der Trompeten-Stimme steht ein fis

blast [listen] Tuten {n}; Blasen {n}; Schmettern {n}; Heulton {m}; Pfeifton {n}; Hupsignal {n}

blast of the trumpet Trompetenstoß {m}