drum ചെണ്ട


drum = ചെണ്ട

Pronunciation =  drum

Pronunciation in Malayalam = ഡ്രം

drum in Malayalam: ചെണ്ട

Part of speechnoun

Definition in English: A drum is a musical instrument consisting of a skin stretched tightly over a round frame. You play a drum by beating it with sticks or with your hands.
play on a drum 

Definition in Malayalam: തൊലി വരിഞ്ഞുകെട്ടിയ ഒരു സംഗീതോപകരണമാണ് ചെണ്ട. സ്വന്തം കൈകളാലോ വടികളുപയോഗിച്ചോ ചെണ്ട കൊട്ടാം.

Examples in English:

  • He played a drum by sticks and felt excited.

Examples in Malayalam:

  • വടികളുപയോഗിച്ച് ചെണ്ട കൊട്ടിയപ്പോൾ അവന് ആവേശമായി

Synonyms of drum

Synonyms in Malayalam ശബ്‌ദം,കളി, താളം,കുടുക്കുക, കൊട്ടുവാദ്യം, വെടിയുണ്ട സൂക്ഷിക്കുന്ന ചെറുപെട്ടി,കുഴല്‍
Synonyms in English sound,play,beat,snare,tabour, percussion ,instrument, canister, barrel, tank, bin, can; container

Antonyms of drum

Antonyms in Malayalam NA
Antonyms in English N/A

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