Concertina vs. Accordion
Difference Between Concertina and Accordion
(musical instruments) A musical instrument, like the various accordions, that is a member of the free-reed family of musical instruments, typically having buttons on both ends.
A small, portable, keyed wind instrument, whose tones are generated by play of the wind from a squeezed bellows upon free metallic reeds.
Something resembling a concertina, such as a folded book, a bus door or a set of picture frames that are folded together.
(GUI) A vertical list of items that can be individually expanded and collapsed to reveal their contents.
Coiled barbed wire for use as an obstacle.
To fold up, in the manner of an accordion
A type of booklet label, consisting of up to 32 pages of booklet as an insert.
a portable box-shaped free-reed instrument; the reeds are made to vibrate by air from the bellows controlled by the player
to become compressed into a shape reminiscent of a concertinaThe car concertinaed into the wall.
arranged in parallel folds;plicate leaves
to be drawn closer and farther apart repeatedly, or up and down, as if situated on a working concertina's folds
coiled barbed wire used as an obstacle
free-reed instrument played like an accordion by pushing its ends together to force air through the reeds
collapse like a concertina