Pronunciation:  US [ˈbjuɡ(ə)l] UK [ˈbjuːɡ(ə)l]
  • n.Bugle call
  • v.Trumpet: to make a roar; trumpet collection trumpet (Perú, retreat, etc)
  • adj.(Clothing) with a glass [plastic] Pearl decorations
  • WebSpeaker; Clarion; trumpet, Horn


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