English to Vietnamese Meaning :: piper

Piper :
người thổi sáo
ngựa bị bịnh hen, ngựa thở gấp, người thổi sáo, người thổi tiêu, người thổi tu hít
người thổi sáopipers
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Noun(1) someone who plays the bagpipe(2) type genus of the Piperaceae: large genus of chiefly climbing tropical shrubs

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(1) There is also an album from Dublin-born uillean piper and tin whistle player, Ronan Browne.(2) But don't expect to warm a brandy in front of a log fire serenaded by a piper 's lament.(3) During the offertory, Michael Delaney played the trumpet, and the piper piped during the communion.(4) Outside the hotel a piper is being photographed by a South African rugby player as he plays a welcoming tune for a coachload of Scottish tourists.(5) The band, consisting of a drummer, a piper and a fiddler, was playing a Torrencian song she knew, and she couldn't resist trying to join in.(6) AS THE drone of the bagpipes settles into a pleasing skirl, the piper enters and a hush falls over the crowd.(7) Adrian Schofield was - still is - a champion Northumbrian piper , despite coming from Bolton.(8) According to himself, he became fascinated with the pipes having seen and heard a travelling piper who called at his home in 1930.(9) The sitar player is like a pied piper leading the dinner guests as if they were rats.(10) A lone piper played for the wedding party while it waited for Rachel's arrival.(11) After word of Banks' presence spread, he became a modern-day pied piper .(12) A lone piper played the lament before the crowd dispersed from the quayside following the ceremony.(13) Virtuoso piper Jarlath has fused world music and traditional music to create a mesmeric and powerful sound.(14) Although he feared her, she could see he thought he had played her as a piper plays his pipe.(15) PC Broadhurst was borne to the hearse to the accompaniment of a piper 's lament and the tolling of a single bell.(16) Their grandfather played the fiddle, and their father is a piper and singer of Gaelic songs.
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(1) pay the piper ::
trả Piper
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piper, pipers
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