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grand piano

a piano having the frame supported horizontally on three legs.
Compare concert grand.
Origin of grand piano
1790-1800 Unabridged
Based on the Random House Dictionary, © Random House, Inc. 2015.
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  • When the concert is imminent, the workers discover that a concert grand piano is needed and can't be found.
  • Another central area has a grand piano and live music being played.
  • The living room was large, and nearly empty, except for a grand piano in one corner.
  • The public area includes a living area, fireplace, grand piano and a library.
  • In this musical city you can have a grand piano in your suite.
  • The lobby features a grand piano and a wood-burning stove.
  • It's a grand piano, and that's available for anybody that wants to perform here.
  • In the parlor is a grand piano and many easy chairs, while the walls are beautified with pictures.
  • Exponential curves outlined by strings of a grand piano or pipes of some pipe organs.
British Dictionary definitions for grand piano

grand piano

a form of piano in which the strings are arranged horizontally. Grand pianos exist in three sizes Compare baby grand, boudoir grand, concert grand, upright piano
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