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Significado de “song” - Diccionario Inglés

Significado de "song" - Diccionario Inglés

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uk   /sɒŋ/  us   /sɑːŋ/
A2 [C] a usually ​shortpiece of ​music with words that are ​sung: to ​sing a song a ​love/​folk/​pop song
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[U] the ​act of ​singing, or ​singing when ​consideredgenerally: He was so ​happy he ​wanted to burst/​break into song (= ​startsinging).
[C or U] the ​musicalsound that a ​bird makes: bird song A thrush's song was the only ​sound to ​break the ​silence.

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Significado de "song" - Diccionario Inglés Americano

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songnoun [C/U]

 us   /sɔŋ/
a usually ​shortpiece of ​music with words that are ​sung: [C] We ​bought a CD of Cole Porter songs.
Song is also the ​act of ​singing, or ​singing when ​consideredgenerally: [U] He was so ​happy he ​wanted to ​burst into song (= ​startsinging).
The song of a ​bird is the ​musicalsound it makes.
(Definition of song from the Cambridge Academic Content Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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