English to Czech Meaning of bugler - trubač

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Definitions of bugler in English
Noun(1) someone who plays a bugle
Examples of bugler in English
(1) The trapeze girls are putting colours, clowns are busy giving final touches to their buffoonery , a cute puppy is ready with an umbrella and the white chimp, a proud possession of Great Royal, is already on the bicycle.(2) There is a beautifully simple slapstick moment between Pedro and Javier on the tennis court that perfectly captures the cheeky buffoonery of the movie.(3) The crazy fivesome promise ‘a host of new songs and a finely tuned performance, punctuated by drunken buffoonery and priceless gems of wit and wisdom’.(4) The movement went to extremes in its use of buffoonery and provocative behaviour to shock and disrupt public complacency.(5) The humour of Pimple films derived from theatrical burlesque, music-hall satire and from a tradition of buffoonery that embraced such infantilised characters as Silly Billy.(6) A filmed version of the Pirates of Penzance, it is rich in anachronism and movie jokes, camp and buffoonery(7) You have everything from Homer's buffoonery to the more complicated satire.(8) With their powerful blend of gothic horror, aggression and buffoonery , The Damned have become one of punk's most enduring and entertaining bands.(9) Like all standup comedians who transition into film careers, he had to buy his way into the business through buffoonery .(10) Having led the Arches Circus Summer School for the past two years and with international performance experience, Seed is on a mission to subvert the public's preconception of big top buffoonery .(11) I suspect that there are lawyers who have been disbarred because of less offensive courtroom buffoonery .(12) A bit of buffoonery and tomfoolery are always welcome after a tense high wire act, during which everyone in the audience has been holding their breath, and looking anxiously upwards, in total empathy with the performer.(13) It's made up of all sorts of bits and pieces that no one would otherwise touch, but he's packaged it well and dressed it up with his trademark buffoonery .(14) But what happened last week at Westminster was not buffoonery : it was Parliament - both Houses of it - doing exactly what it is supposed to do.(15) It has been interpreted as a beating out of evil spirits, as beautification, and even - erroneously - as buffoonery(16) Many a batsman has already paid the penalty for believing that Kirby's glares and stares were mere buffoonery only then to find a stump ripped out by a great delivery or an edged shot finishing up in the hands of the slips.
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