any of a family of brass wind instruments with a powerful, penetrating tone, consisting of a tube commonly curved once or twice around on itself and having a cup-shaped mouthpiece at one end and a flaring bell at the other.
an organ stop having a tone resembling that of a trumpet.
a valved brass instrument of brilliant tone consisting of a narrow tube of cylindrical bore ending in a flared bell, normally pitched in B flat. Range: two and a half octaves upwards from F sharp on the fourth line of the bass staff
any instrument consisting of a valveless tube ending in a bell, esp a straight instrument used for fanfares, signals, etc
a person who plays a trumpet in an orchestra
a loud sound such as that of a trumpet, esp when made by an animal: the trumpet of the elephants
an eight-foot reed stop on an organ
something resembling a trumpet in shape, esp in having a flared bell