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strum in Music topic

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishstrumstrum /strʌm/ verb (strummed, strumming) [intransitive, transitive] πŸ”Š πŸ”Š APMto play an instrument such as a guitar by moving your fingers up and down across its stringsβ†’ See Verb table
Examples from the Corpus
strumβ€’ The guitar player strummed along respectfully.β€’ Budd, who has been strumming his acoustic guitar through the Midwest, writes introspective songs with a witty, sincere touch.β€’ Mulcahey strummed his banjo and tapped the castanet again.β€’ One of the minstrels strummed his banjo.β€’ Mike Dawson was sitting at a dead computer, strumming the keyboard and offering a toothy smile to an invisible audience.β€’ When we first started strumming, there was definitely a real affinity with the feel, so who knows?