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serenade

verb [T]     /ˌser.əˈneɪd/
to play a piece of music or sing for someone, especially for a woman while standing outside her house at night (尤指夜間男子在心儀女子的窗外)爲…演奏(或演唱) Romeo serenades Juliet in the moonlight. 羅密歐在月光下爲茱麗葉唱歌。 Shoppers are serenaded with live piano music. 顧客可以欣賞到現場演奏的鋼琴曲。 Playing musicSinging in generalSinging in general
(Definition of serenade verb from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Traditional) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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