sopranos (plural noun)
  1. the highest singing voice.
    "a piece composed for soprano, flute, and continuo" ·
    "a good soprano voice"
    • a female or boy singer with a soprano voice.
    • a part written for a soprano voice.
  2. an instrument of a high or the highest pitch in its family.
    "a soprano saxophone"
mid 18th century: Italian, from sopra ‘above’, from Latin supra.
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How to use soprano in a sentence?
a fading blonde possessed of a powerful soprano voice.
a soprano solo reverently rendered by Linda Howie.
a piece composed for soprano, flute, and continuo.
a lyric soprano with a light, clear timbre.
he warbled in an implausible soprano.
a clear-toned soprano voice.
a keening soprano voice.
a high soprano voice.
a good soprano voice.
a soprano saxophone.
a wobbly soprano.
How to say soprano in other languages?
Laguages Translations
Arabic (NOUN)سوبرانو, السوبرانو
Bangla সরু
Bosnian (Latin) sopran
Bulgarian (NOUN)сопран
Cantonese (Traditional) 女高音
Chinese Simplified 女高音
Chinese Traditional 女高音
Croatian (NOUN)sopran
Czech (NOUN)soprán
Danish (NOUN)sopran
Dutch (NOUN)sopraan, operazangeres
Estonian (NOUN)sopran
Finnish (NOUN)sopraano, oopperalaulaja
German (NOUN)Sopran
Greek (NOUN)σοπράνο
Hebrew (NOUN)סופרן, סופרנו
Hungarian (NOUN)szoprán
Japanese (NOUN)ソプラノ, 音部
Kiswahili Cuba
Korean (NOUN)소프라노
Latvian (NOUN)soprāns
Lithuanian (NOUN)sopranas
Norwegian Bokmål sopran
Persian (NOUN)سوپرانو
Polish (NOUN)sopran, operowa
Romanian (NOUN)soprana
Russian (NOUN)сопрано
Samoan peseina
Serbian (Cyrillic) сопран
Serbian (Latin) sopran
Slovak (NOUN)soprán
Slovenian (NOUN)sopran
Swedish (NOUN)sopran
Telugu సోప్రానో
Thai โซปราโน
Tongan hono
Ukrainian (NOUN)сопрано
Urdu سوپرنو
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