He plays the trombone, sings in a choir and enjoys basketball and baseball.
It might have three first-trombone players for the band-and no chemistry students.
The year before the flood, one of its trombone players died.
Danny strolls onstage as the band's trombone player plays the intro.
British Dictionary definitions for trombone
a brass instrument, a low-pitched counterpart of the trumpet, consisting of a tube the effective length of which is varied by means of a U-shaped slide. The usual forms of this instrument are the tenor trombone (range: about two and a half octaves upwards from E) and the bass trombone (pitched a fourth lower)
a person who plays this instrument in an orchestra
C18: from Italian, from tromba a trumpet, from Old High German trumba