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drum [drʌm] noun
drum / drums
le tambour m (music-instruments)
le bidon m (commerce)
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drum [drʌm] verb Conjugation
drum / drummed / drummed / drumming / drums
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Phrases (9)

  1. brake drum - tambour de frein
  2. drum major - tambour-major
  3. drum out - expulser
  4. drum out of - expulser
  5. drum plotter - traceur à plans
  6. drum printer - imprimante à tambour
  7. drum set - installation du tambour
  8. drum up - trouver
  9. magnetic drum - tambour magnétique

Contexts

Drum is the lord of music. Le tambour est le seigneur de la musique.
That drum has a very strange sound. Ce tambour produit un son très étrange.
In the 1970’s the Ontario Censor Board banned the film "The Tin Drum" from the Günter Grass novel, but the media found this silly, and so the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation CBC, showed the offending scene that night from coast to coast on the national news. Dans les années soixante-dix, le comité de la censure de l'Ontario interdit le film « Le Tambour » d'après le roman de Günter Grass, mais les médias trouvèrent cela stupide et donc la Société Radio-Canada, SRC, montra les scènes offensantes ce soir-là, d'une côte à l'autre, dans le journal national.
She drummed her fingers on the table. Elle tambourina des doigts sur la table.

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