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Chinese (Simplified) translation of “song”

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 swansongTypes 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
(Definition of song from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Simplified) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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