singing

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English - Turkish
{i} şan

Şan dersleri almalısın. - You should take singing lessons.

Tom bir şan öğretmeni. - Tom is a singing teacher.

{i} şarkı söyleme

Ben şarkı söylemeyi sürdürdüm. - I carried on singing.

Karaoke'ye gittiğimizde, Tom bütün gece şarkı söylemeye devam etti. - When we went to karaoke, Tom went on singing all night.

{i} şarkıcılık
{i} şakıma
{i} çınlama
söyleme

Aniden, annem şarkı söylemeye başladı. - Suddenly, my mother started singing.

Ken o şarkıyı söylemeye devam etti. - Ken kept on singing that song.

{i} ötüş

Kuşlar ağaçların arasında ötüşüyorlardı. - Birds were singing among the trees.

Kapa çeneni. Ben tatildeyim. Tüm duymak istediğim kuş ötüşüdür. - Shut up. I'm on my holiday. All I want to hear is the bird's singing.

söyleyerek

O, şarkı söyleyerek geçimini sağlıyor. - He makes his living by singing.

Kızlar kalabalığa doğru şarkı söyleyerek geldi. - The girls came singing toward the crowd.

{f} şarkı söyle

Aniden, annem şarkı söylemeye başladı. - Suddenly, my mother started singing.

Birlikte şarkı söylemekten hoşlandık. - We enjoyed singing songs together.

sing çınla/öt/söyle
{i} uğultu
şarkıcılık/şarkı
{i} ötme

Çok fazla fasulye yedim ve şimdi popom ötmeyi durduramıyor. - I ate too many beans and now my backside cannot stop singing.

çağırış
çağırma
sing
şarkı söylemek
sing
söylemek

Onun piiyanosu eşliğinde şarkı söylemek istiyorum. - I want to sing to his piano accompaniment.

Linda şarkı söylemek için ayağa kalktı. - Linda stood up to sing.

sing
ötmek

O güzel kuş her gün ötmekten başka bir şey yapmadı. - That pretty bird did nothing but sing day after day.

singing lesson
şan dersi
singing pleasantly
terennüm
singing out
out şarkı
singing voice
şarkı sesi
singing bird
ötücü kuş
singing master
şan öğretmeni
singing voice
nağme
sing
şarkı söyleme

Birlikte şarkı söylemekten hoşlandık. - We enjoyed singing songs together.

Linda şarkı söylemek için ayağa kalktı. - Linda stood up to sing.

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çağırmak
sing
şiir okumak
sing
okumak
sing
söylemek (şarkı)
sing
çınlamak
sing
şarkı söyle

Kızlar kalabalığa doğru şarkı söyleyerek geldi. - The girls came singing toward the crowd.

Ben şarkı söylemeyi sürdürdüm. - I carried on singing.

sing
(şarkı) söylemek
sing
vızıldamak
sing
ıslık gibi ses çıkarmak
sing
(kuş) ötmek
choir, singing group
koro, şarkı grup
community singing
topluluk şarkı
my years are singing
Hayatımın şarkı söylüyor
a singing in the ears
kulak uğuldaması
a singing in the ears
kulak çınlaması
barbershop singing
hep beraber şarkı söyleme
sing
{f} okumak (şiir)
sing
{f} uğuldamak
sing
özellikle birçok kimsenin bi
sing
uğuldamak çınlamak şiir okumak
sing
suçu açığa vurmak
sing
çağlamak
sing
terennüm
sing
terennüm etmek
sing
şakımak
sing
{f} vınlamak
sing
{f} (sang, sung)
sing
{f} (kuş/böcek) ötmek; (kuş) şakımak
sing
{f} çınlamak (kulak)
English - English
Producing a whistling sound due to the escape of steam
Smooth and flowing
Present participle of sing
Disclosing information, or giving evidence about another
The act of using the voice to produce musical sounds; vocalizing
A gathering for the purpose of singing shape note songs
Singing is the activity of making musical sounds with your voice. a people's carnival, with singing and dancing in the streets. the singing of a traditional hymn She's having singing lessons. the activity of producing musical sounds with your voice
Singing is a continued whistle or howl in an amplified telephone circuit It occurs when the sum of the repeater gains exceed the sum of the circuit losses
disclosing information or giving evidence about another
Some chatters just can't stop themselves from singing in Chatting Rooms while others are busy talking away One wonders whether these people do the same thing in actual "real life" get togethers and how everyone else makes themselves heard above them Maybe everyone just joins in - or kicks them out
the act of singing vocal music
from Sing, v
{s} chanting; melodious
A continued whistle in a repeater-based circuit It happens when the sum of the repeater gains is greater than the sum of the circuit losses
{i} act of making musical sounds with the voice; expressing words musically; whistling; informing (Slang)
  An undesired self-sustained audio oscillation in a circuit   Note:   Singing is usually caused by positive feedback, excessive gain, or unbalance of a hybrid termination, or by some combination of these (188)
{i} cantation
singing along
Present participle of sing along
singing bowl
A type of bronze bell, shaped like a bowl, related to Buddhist and pre-Buddhist religious practice
singing cowboy
A subgenre of country music and western music honoring the cowboy life and the West
singing cowboy
A cowboy who sings
singing cowboys
plural form of singing cowboy
singing from the same hymnbook
Present participle of sing from the same hymnbook
singing soprano
In the manner of man who has been castrated or injured in the testicles

Loren Stokes, the fluid scorer from Hofstra, limped out singing soprano after a flagrant cheap-shot punch to the groin by George Mason guard Tony Skinn.

singing soprano
Castrated or injured in the testicles

Judah threw brilliant counters that temporarily stunned the undefeated welterweight titlist, endured two flagrant but apparently unintentional low punches that would've left many permanently singing soprano.

singing soprano
Present participle of sing soprano
singing telegram
A message delivered by an artist in a musical form
singing voice
The quality of a person's voice when singing

The singing voice is probably the most versatile of all musical instruments.

singing to the choir
(deyim) Tell something already known

You are singing to the choir. I've heard it before and I don't want to be bothered hearing it again.

singing bird
any bird that is known to tweet rhythmically
singing lessons
lessons in voice development
singing master
singing instructor, voice instructor
singing school
choral group; torture chamber
singing teacher
instructor who give voice training and singing lessons
singing telegram
telegram that is read out loud and sometimes even sung by the messenger to the person receiving
singing voice
the musical quality of the voice while singing
all singing, all dancing
Having many features, options or extras; sometimes used ironically to imply that the added features are just gimmicks
scat singing
The act of vocalizing, using nonsense syllables or sounds (e.g. "dool-yuh doot-n dwee-dah") to create an improvised melodic solo, often imitative of other musical instruments
sing
To produce harmonious sounds with one’s voice

I really want to sing in the school choir. said Vera.

sing
To confess under interrogation
sing
A gathering for the purpose of singing songs
sing
To express audibly by means of a harmonious vocalization
sing
{v} to form the voice to melody, celebrate, describe in verse
all-singing all-dancing
(deyim) Meaning: Full-featured, with many attributes. Origin: From the advertising posters used to promote the 1929 film Broadway Melody, which proclaimed the film to be 'All talking All singing All dancing'
A singing
cantation
a cappella singing
singing without instrumental accompaniment
all-dancing all-singing
an all-singing, all-dancing machine or system can do many things because it is so technically advanced - used humorously
all-singing all-dancing
If you describe something new as all-singing, all-dancing, you mean that it is very modern and advanced, with a lot of additional features; used especially to show that you think a lot of these features are silly or unnecessary. the executive's new all-singing, all-dancing website
community singing
group of people singing in an organized chorus
part-singing
singing with three or more voice parts
scat singing
{i} singing in which the singer replaces improvised gibberish syllables for the words of a song and attempts to sound like a musical instrument (in Jazz singing)
shape-note singing
U.S. a cappella singing style incorporating many folk hymns and utilizing a special musical notation. The seven-note scale used by some singers is sung not to the syllables do-re-mi-fa-sol-la-ti but to a four-syllable system brought to America by early English colonists: fa-sol-la-fa-sol-la-mi. The system reflects the fact that a series of three intervals repeats itself in the major scale. A differently shaped note head is used for each of the four syllables. The singer reads the music by following the shapes; singers unfamiliar with the system can read the notes according to their placement on the staff. The tradition started in New England and moved South and West as more sophisticated forms of music reached the U.S. Shape-note singing had largely died out except in rural areas by the 1880s, but it has experienced a revival in recent years. The traditional shape-note hymnal, The Sacred Harp, first published in 1844, remains in use today
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put

Your singing puts many a professional singer to shame. - Your singing puts professional singers to shame.

Your singing puts professional singers to shame. - Your singing puts many a professional singer to shame.

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sey
sing
stont
sing
wotest
sing
To cry out; to complain
sing
holt
sing
When you sing, you make musical sounds with your voice, usually producing words that fit a tune. I can't sing I sing about love most of the time They were all singing the same song Go on, then, sing us a song! `You're getting to be a habit with me,' sang Eddie
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shalt
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slit
sing
To tell or relate something in numbers or verse; to celebrate something in poetry
sing
make a whining, ringing, or whistling sound; "the kettle was singing"; "the bullet sang past his ear"
sing
When birds or insects sing, they make pleasant high-pitched sounds. Birds were already singing in the garden. see also singing. Sing. is a written abbreviation for singular. singular
sing
deliver by singing; "Sing Christmas carols
sing
To influence by singing; to lull by singing; as, to sing a child to sleep
sing
deliver by singing; "Sing Christmas carols"
sing
to make melodious sounds; "The nightingale was singing" produce tones with the voice; "She was singing while she was cooking"; "My brother sings very well" deliver by singing; "Sing Christmas carols
sing
To celebrate is song; to give praises to in verse; to relate or rehearse in numbers, verse, or poetry
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rist
sing
in a chorus or concerted piece
sing
To accompany, or attend on, with singing
sing
To utter with musical inflections or modulations of voice
sing
to make melodious sounds; "The nightingale was singing"
sing
{f} utter words melodiously, make musical sounds with the voice (often with musical accompaniment); perform songs; chirp, whistle; buzz, whirr; inform, tattle, squeal (Slang)
sing
divulge confidential information or secrets; "Be careful--his secretary talks"
sing
To make a small, shrill sound; as, the air sings in passing through a crevice
sing
produce tones with the voice; "She was singing while she was cooking"; "My brother sings very well"
sing
To utter sweet melodious sounds, as birds do
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halt
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forewot
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shent
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saith
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wot
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exuvia
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ash
sing
To utter sounds with musical inflections or melodious modulations of voice, as fancy may dictate, or according to the notes of a song or tune, or of a given part as alto, tenor, etc
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geth
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wotteth
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sent
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wilt
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hit
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wottest
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lith
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hatte
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smit
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tath
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seyh
sing
seigh
started singing
burst into song, started singing
singing

    Hyphenation

    sing·ing

    Turkish pronunciation

    sîngîng

    Pronunciation

    /ˈsəɴɢəɴɢ/ /ˈsɪŋɪŋ/

    Etymology

    [ 'si[ng] ] (verb.) before 12th century. Middle English, from Old English singan; akin to Old High German singan to sing, Greek omphE voice.

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