English version

the drum of something

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishthe drum of somethingthe drum of somethingCa sound like the sound a drum makes the drum of the rain on the window drum
Examples from the Corpus
the drum of somethingSharp, guttural cries accompanied the drum of hooves.This could be Pat Buchanan, beating the drum of working-class Republicanism.The master copy is then placed round the drum of the duplicator.But such long-termism is out of step not only with the more immediate demands of industry, but the drum of government policy.
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