See also: piano, pianó, píanó, and pi-a-nô

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ein Piano

EtymologyEdit

From Italian piano, from Latin plānus.

PronunciationEdit

  • IPA(key): /piˈaːno/
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NounEdit

Piano n (genitive Pianos, plural Pianos)

  1. (chiefly literary or exalted) piano (musical instrument)

Usage notesEdit

  • Although Klavier is the commoner word in all contexts, it would not be unusual to say of a renowned pianist: Er ist ein Meister am Piano. (“He’s a master of the piano.”). However, it would be likely to sound odd if the word were used in non-professional contexts, such as referring to a piano in one’s living-room or to one’s child’s piano lessons.

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EtymologyEdit

From Portuguese piano, from Italian piano.

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NounEdit

Piano m (plural Pianos)

  1. piano
    Er spield Piano.
    He plays piano.

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Piano f (plural Pianos)

  1. piano