- n. [临床] 叩诊；振动；碰撞；敲打乐器；打击乐器组
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1. discussion => percussion.
- percussion: see concussion
- percussion (n.)
- early 15c., "a striking, a blow; internal injury, contusion," from Latin percussionem (nominative percussio) "a beating, striking; a beat as a measure of time," noun of action from past participle stem of percutere "to strike hard, beat, smite; strike through and through," from per- "through" (see per) + quatere "to strike, shake" (see quash). Reference to musical instruments is first recorded 1776.
- 1. They had a bass and a piano and a sax and percussion.
- 2. The track features Joey Langton on percussion .
- 3. This is a large orchestra, with a vast percussion section.
- 4. In an orchestra, people who play percussion instruments sit at the back.
- 5. It was in a percussion - cap box.
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