Definition of Accordion in English :

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Accordion meaning in English

Meaning of Accordion in English

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Accordion pronunciation in English

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Accordion

see synonyms of accordion

1. accordion, piano accordion, squeeze box

a portable box-shaped free-reed instrument; the reeds are made to vibrate by air from the bellows controlled by the player

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Accordion

see synonyms of accordion
noun
1. 
a portable box-shaped instrument of the reed organ family, consisting of metallic reeds that are made to vibrate by air from a set of bellows controlled by the player's hands. Notes are produced by means of studlike keys
2.  short for piano accordion

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Accordion

see synonyms of accordion
noun
1. 
a musical instrument with keys, metal reeds, and a bellows: it is played by alternately pulling out and pressing together the bellows to force air through the reeds, which are opened by fingering the keys
adjective
2. 
having folds, or folding, like the bellows of an accordion
accordion pleats

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Accordion

see synonyms of accordion
n.
A portable wind instrument with a small keyboard and free metal reeds that sound when air is forced past them by pleated bellows operated by the player.
adj.
Having folds or bends like the bellows of an accordion: accordion pleats; accordion blinds.

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