As nouns the difference between trumpet and taratantara
is that trumpet
is a musical instrument of the brass family, generally tuned to the key of B-flat while taratantara
is The onomatopoeia of a particular sound made by a bugle or trumpet.
As a verb trumpet is to sound loudly, be amplified.
A musical instrument of the brass family, generally tuned to the key of B-flat.
In an orchestra or other musical group, a musician that plays the trumpet.
- The royal herald sounded a trumpet to announce their arrival.
The cry of an elephant.
- The trumpets were assigned to stand at the rear of the orchestra pit.
(figurative) One who praises, or propagates praise, or is the instrument of propagating it.
- The large bull gave a basso trumpet as he charged the hunters.
A funnel, or short flaring pipe, used as a guide or conductor, as for yarn in a knitting machine.
- That great politician was pleased to have the greatest wit of those times to be the trumpet of his praises.
* (musical instrument) cornet
* natural trumpet
* straight trumpet
To sound loudly, be amplified
To play the trumpet.
- The music trumpeted from the speakers, hurting my ears.
Of an elephant, to make its cry.
- Cedric made a living trumpeting for the change of passersby in the subway.
To proclaim loudly; to promote enthusiastically
- ''The circus trainer cracked the whip, signaling the elephant to trumpet .
* Francis Bacon
- Andy trumpeted Jane's secret across the school, much to her embarrassment.
- They did nothing but publish and trumpet all the reproaches they could devise against the Irish.
* 1698 , John Vanbrugh, Aesop
- To boot and saddle again they sound. Rog. Tara! Taratantara'! ' Taratantara !