a musical wind instrument consisting of a conical, usually brass tube with keys or valves and a mouthpiece with one reed.
a keyed wind instrument of mellow tone colour, used mainly in jazz and dance music. It is made in various sizes, has a conical bore, and a single reed Often shortened to sax
A wind instrument classified as a woodwind because it is played with a reed, although it is usually made of metal. Saxophones appear mainly in jazz, dance, and military bands. They are made in several ranges, from soprano to bass.
[sak-suh-nee-ahn-hahlt] /ˈsæk sə niˈɑn hɑlt/ noun 1. a state in central Germany. 9515 sq. mi. (24,644 sq. km). Capital: Magdeburg. Saxony-Anhalt /ˈsæksənɪ ˈɑːnhɑːlt/ noun 1. a state of E Germany: created in 1947 from the state of Anhalt and those parts of Prussia formerly ruled by the duchy of Saxony: part of East Germany until […]
noun 1. a fine, three-ply woolen yarn. 2. a soft-finish, compact fabric, originally of high-grade merino wool from Saxony, for topcoats and overcoats. 3. a pile carpet woven in the manner of a Wilton but with yarns of lesser quality. noun 1. a state in E central Germany. 6561 sq. mi. (16,990 sq. km). Capital: […]
adjective 1. representable by position on a scale or line; having only magnitude: a scalar variable. 2. of, relating to, or utilizing a scalar. 3. ladderlike in arrangement or organization; graduated: a scalar structure for promoting personnel. noun 4. Mathematics, Physics. a quantity possessing only magnitude. Compare vector (def 1a). noun 1. a quantity, such […]
noun 1. any of three deep-bodied, cichlid fishes, Pterophyllum scalare, P. altum, and P. eimekei, inhabiting northern South American rivers, often kept in aquariums. noun 1. another name for angelfish (sense 2)