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Translation of "sing" - English-Spanish dictionary

sing

verb /siŋ/ ( past tense sang /saŋ/, past participle sung /saŋ/)
to make (musical sounds) with one’s voice cantar He sings very well She sang a Scottish song I could hear the birds singing in the trees.
singer noun
a person who sings, eg as a profession cantante Are you a good singer? He’s a trained singer.
singing noun
the art or activity of making musical sounds with one’s voice canto, cantar Do you do much singing nowadays? (also adjective) a singing lesson/teacher.
sing out phrasal verb
to shout or call out gritar, llamar Sing out when you’re ready to go.
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 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…
(Definition of sing from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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