Translation of mandolin in Spanish:

mandolin

mandolina, n.

(mandoline)

Pronunciation: /ˈmændələn//ˈmandəlɪn//ˌmændəˈlɪn//mandəˈlɪn/

noun

  • 1

    mandolina feminine
    • I too was intrigued by their charisma and their willingness as a rock group to bring out two sets of bongos and a mandolin amidst their guitars and drums.
    • We'll start with a riff on a guitar, mandolin, bass or drums, and work it up from there.
    • She arose and stepped over to a shelf of lutes and mandolins and removed a strange instrument.
    • The songs are accompanied by guitar, mandolin, piano and the occasional glockenspiel and there is a good variety of each.
    • The two play all the instruments with a touch of help from John Rice of the Pine Valley Cosmonauts on mandolin and guitar.
    • Bolivian music also uses the charango, which is a cross between the mandolin, guitar, and banjo.
    • Guitars and instruments, from double bass to tiny mandolins were ordered in and a new venture was born.
    • In this symphony we were treated to the unusual - but enjoyable - sounds of mandolin and guitar.
    • The harmonica music stopped and a trio of men with banjos, mandolins and guitars took over.
    • The Bayou Brothers sound features a variety of instruments including the double bass, harmonica, washboard, kazoo, jaw harp, guitar and mandolin.
    • Reading the literature, one can hear fiddles, wood flutes, bagpipes, guitar, mandolins and bodhráns.
    • The Montrealer's solo work is acoustic guitar-based with support from bass, drums, mandolin, strings and spare harmonies.
    • Set against a backdrop of strings, the mandolin sounds completely beautiful, providing an enticing blend of sadness and hope all at the same time.
    • At a table not too far from where Maria, Erik and company were sitting, four men stood up; one with a mandolin, two with violins, and one who would be singing.
    • On this album she plays guitar, tenor guitar, mandolin and tenor banjo slightly more than she plays fiddle.
    • Steven Stone reviewed one of my mandolins for the November 2001 issue of Vintage Guitar Magazine.
    • It's got some double-bass, some mandolin, a steel-stringed acoustic guitar, a birdie chirping, and a little drummer boy towards the end.
    • She had minimal skills on the oboe, French horn, guitar, viola, mandolin, and penny whistle.
    • Chris Aronsten is a singer, songwriter and multi-instrumentalist who plays guitar, fiddle, mandolin, spoons and harmonica.
    • Our mandolins are of the highest quality available.