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sing /sɪŋ/ verb (past tense sang /sæŋ/, past participle sung /sʌŋ/)

Irregular Forms: (sang)(sung)

سرودن ، تصنیف ، اواز خواندن ، سرود خواندن ، سراییدن
- warble, carol, chant, chirp, croon, pipe, trill, yodel
- hum, buzz, purr, whine
Related Words: descant, carol, serenade, troll, croon, hum, lull, lullaby, cantillate, hymn, intone, singsong, roar

[TahlilGaran] English Synonym Dictionary

sing S1 W2 /sɪŋ/ verb (past tense sang /sæŋ/, past participle sung /sʌŋ/)
[Word Family: noun: singer, singing; verb: sing; adjective: unsung]
[Language: Old English; Origin: singan]

1. WITH YOUR VOICE [intransitive and transitive] to produce a musical sound with your voice:
She can sing beautifully.
Most children enjoy singing.
We had a great time singing some of the old songs.
sing to
My mother used to sing to me when I was young.
He was singing to himself quietly.
sing somebody something
Come on, sing us a song!
I’ve never been able to sing in tune (=sing the correct notes).
She patiently sang the baby to sleep.singing

2. BIRDS [intransitive] if birds sing, they produce high musical sounds:
I could hear the birds singing outside my window.

3. HIGH NOISE [intransitive always + adverb/preposition] to make a high whistling sound:
A kettle was singing on the stove.
sing past
A bullet sang past my ear.

4. sing sb’s praises to praise someone very much:
Mrs Edwards was singing your praises today.

5. sing a different tune to say something different from what you said before:
You’re singing a different tune now!

6. be singing from the same hymn sheet/book used to say that a group of people all have the same aims or all express the same opinion on a particular subject:
Union representatives are all singing from the same hymn sheet on the issue of pay.

7. GIVE INFORMATION [intransitive] informal to tell people everything you know about a crime when they ask you questions about it – used especially by criminals and the police:
I think he’ll sing.
sing along phrasal verb
to sing with someone else who is already singing:
Sing along if you know the words.
sing along to
Jess was singing along to the radio.
sing out phrasal verb

1. sing out (something) to shout or sing some words clearly and loudly:
‘Freeze!’ a shrill voice sang out.

2. American English to sing loudly so that people can hear you easily
sing up phrasal verb British English
to sing more loudly:
Sing up, boys, I can’t hear you!

[TahlilGaran] Dictionary of Contemporary English

ADV. loud, loudly, lustily The birds sang louder than ever.
gently, quietly, softly singing quietly to himself
beautifully, like an angel, sweetly, well | badly | cheerfully, happily Birds sang cheerfully in the trees.
a bit, a little She could sing a bit and agreed to take part in the show.
live Have you ever heard the band sing live?
together We played and sang together.
VERB + SING can I can't sing very well.
start to | hear sb/sth
PREP. about singing about love
to Shall I sing to you?
PHRASES start/stop singing

[TahlilGaran] Collocations Dictionary

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TahlilGaran : دیکشنری آنلاین تحلیلگران (معنی sing) | علیرضا معتمد , دیکشنری تحلیلگران , وب اپلیکیشن , تحلیلگران , دیکشنری , آنلاین , آیفون , IOS , آموزش مجازی 4.70 : 2172
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