Cymbal ( noun , verb )

(As a noun)

Cymbal ( noun )

A percussion instrument consisting of a circular metal plate that is struck with a stick or another instrument to produce a ringing or crashing sound.

Origin:

From the latin word "cymbalum" meaning "cymbal".

Examples:

  1. The drummer played a crash cymbal to accent the beat.
  2. The cymbals were played by striking them together.
  3. The cymbal player in the marching band had a flashy solo during the halftime show.
  4. He added a cymbal crash to the climax of the song.
  5. The cymbals were used to create a dramatic effect in the symphony.

(As a verb)

Cymbal ( verb )

A percussion instrument consisting of a circular metal plate that is struck with a stick or another instrument to produce a ringing or crashing sound.

Origin:

From the latin word "cymbalum" meaning "cymbal".

Examples:

  1. The drummer played a crash cymbal to accent the beat.
  2. The cymbals were played by striking them together.
  3. The cymbal player in the marching band had a flashy solo during the halftime show.
  4. He added a cymbal crash to the climax of the song.
  5. The cymbals were used to create a dramatic effect in the symphony.
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