bagpipe

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I. noun (also bagpipes)

1. a musical instrument with reed pipes that are sounded by the pressure of wind emitted from a bag squeezed by the player’s arm. Bagpipes are associated especially with Scotland, but are also used in folk music in Ireland, Northumberland, and France, and in varying forms across Europe and western Asia.
II. derivatives

bagpiper /ˈbaɡpʌɪpə /
noun


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