Singular. piano. Plural. pianos. The plural form of piano; more than one (kind of) piano.
/piˈænəʊ/ (plural pianos) (also old-fashioned, formal pianoforte.
"Piano" is a music-related term ending in a consonant and "o." Add "s" to form the plural. "Taboo" does not end in a consonant and "o." The plural was formed by adding "s." Try again.
(archaic) Plural form of piano.
noun, plural pi·an·os. a musical instrument in which felt-covered hammers, operated from a keyboard, strike the metal strings. GOOSES. GEESES.
The plural form of a word is the form that is used when referring to more than one person or thing. "Data" is the Latin plural form of "datum." countable noun. The plural of a noun is the form of it that is used to refer to more than one person or thing.
NounEdit. (countable) (music) A piano is a large musical instrument that has hammers connected to 88 keys.
cel·lo | \ ˈche-(ˌ)lō \ plural cellos also celli\ ˈche-lē \
plural violins. violin. /ˌvajəˈlɪn/ noun. plural violins.
man·go | \ ˈmaŋ-(ˌ)gō \ plural mangoes also mangos.
1 bass /ˈbeɪs/ noun. plural basses.
A proper noun is the name of a person or a place only, with its first letter written in capital letter. No, the noun 'piano' is a common noun, a general word for a type of musical instrument; a word for any piano of any kind.
sheep. / (ʃiːp) / noun plural sheep.
plural mice\ ˈmīs \
noun, plural deer, (occasionally) deers. any of several ruminants of the family Cervidae, most of the males of which have solid, deciduous antlers. any of the smaller species of this family, as distinguished from the moose, elk, etc.
Answer. The plural form of 'fish' is the same as the singular form when you are talking about one kind of fish. I have one fish in my fishtank. I have two fish in my fish tank. I got a new fish for my birthday.
plural oxen /ˈɑːksən/ also ox.
The piano. The piano is a keyboard instrument that produces sound by striking strings with hammers, characterized by its large range and ability to play chords freely. It is a musical instrument that has broad appeal.
piano. (music) Soft, quiet. In extended use; quiet, subdued.
noun. ban·jo | \ ˈban-(ˌ)jō \ plural banjos also banjoes.
noun, plural (especially collectively) trout, (especially referring to two or more kinds or species) trouts.
The noun bass can be countable or uncountable. In more general, commonly used, contexts, the plural form will also be bass. However, in more specific contexts, the plural form can also be basses e.g. in reference to various types of basses or a collection of basses.