bass

bass
{beis}
I. a басов, нисък
II. 1. бас
2. басова партия
III. 1. костур (Perca fluvitilis)
2. вид морска риба
IV. n лико от липа, палма и пр
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{beis} I. а басов, нисък; II. п 1. бас; 2. басова партия.(2) {bas} n зоол. 1. костур (Perca fluvitilis); 2. вид морска ри{3} n лико от липа, палма и пр.
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басов; бас; лико;
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1. i. a басов, нисък 2. ii. бас 3. iii. костур (perca fluvitilis) 4. iv. n лико от липа, палма и пр 5. басова партия 6. вид морска риба
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bass [beis] I. n 1. бас; 2. басова партия; II. adj басов, нисък; \bass clef басов ключ; \bass drum тъпан, барабан, тимпан. III [bæs] n зоол. костур. IV [bæs] n 1. лико; 2. бот. американска липа Tilia americana (и basswood).

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