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singverb [I/T]

 us   /sɪŋ/ (past tense sang  /sæŋ/ or sung  /sʌŋ/ , past participle sung  /sʌŋ/ )
to make musical sounds with the voice: [T] She sings really terrible songs in the shower. [I] At dawn, the birds began to sing. [I] We sang along to (= sang with) the radio while driving.sing someone to sleep If you sing someone to sleep, you sing until the person goes to sleep: She sang her baby to sleep.
Translations of “sing”
in Arabic يُغَنّي…
in Korean 노래하다…
in Malaysian menyanyi…
in French chanter…
in Turkish şarkı söylemek…
in Italian cantare…
in Chinese (Traditional) 唱歌, 演唱…
in Russian петь…
in Polish śpiewać…
in Vietnamese hát, hót…
in Spanish cantar…
in Portuguese cantar…
in Thai ร้องเพลง…
in German singen…
in Catalan cantar…
in Japanese (~を)歌う…
in Indonesian menyanyi…
in Chinese (Simplified) 唱歌, 演唱…
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