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song

noun
 
 
/sɒŋ/ US  /sɑːŋ/
[C] a usually short piece of music with words which are sung
歌,歌曲
to sing a song
唱歌
a love/folk/pop song
情歌/民歌/流行歌曲
→  See also swansong Types of songs
[U] the act of singing, or singing when considered generally
歌唱
He was so happy he wanted to burst/break into song (= start singing).
他太高兴了,真想放声歌唱。
Singing in general
[C or U] the musical sound that a bird makes
(鸟的)鸣声,鸣唱
bird song
鸟鸣声
A thrush's song was the only sound to break the silence.
唯有画眉鸟的鸣叫声打破了宁静。
Animal (non-human) sounds
Translations of “song”
in Spanish canción, canto…
in Arabic أُغْنِيَة…
in Korean 노래…
in Portuguese canção…
in French chanson, chant…
in German das Lied, der Gesang…
in Catalan cançó…
in Japanese 歌, 歌曲…
in Russian песня…
in Chinese (Traditional) 歌,歌曲, 歌唱, (鳥的)鳴聲,鳴唱…
in Italian canzone…
in Turkish şarkı…
in Polish piosenka…
(Definition of song from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Simplified) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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