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song

noun /soŋ/
something (to be) sung
canción
He wrote this song for his wife to sing.
singing
canto
He burst into song.
the sound(s) made by a bird
canto
birdsong.
songbird noun any of the types of bird which have a pleasant song.
pájaro cantor
songwriter noun a person who writes songs (usually pop songs) for a living.
compositor
Translations of “song”
in Korean 노래…
in Arabic أُغْنِيَة…
in French chanson, chant…
in Italian canzone…
in Chinese (Traditional) 歌,歌曲, 歌唱, (鳥的)鳴聲,鳴唱…
in Russian песня…
in Turkish şarkı…
in Polish piosenka…
in Portuguese canção…
in German das Lied, der Gesang…
in Catalan cançó…
in Japanese 歌, 歌曲…
in Chinese (Simplified) 歌,歌曲, 歌唱, (鸟的)鸣声,鸣唱…
(Definition of song from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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