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
A couple of women lawyers . . . drew a sharp, gleaming knife and applied it mentally to a target just south of the groom's waistline. If he doesn't like it, let the bastard go sing soprano to the A.C.L.U. Such was the ladies' thought.
a nursery rhyme (=an old song or poem for young children) which starts: Sing a song of sixpence,/A pocket full of rye;/Four-and-twenty blackbirds/Baked in a pie./When the pie was opened,/The birds began to sing,/Wasn't that a dainty dish/To set before the King?
If you sing along with a piece of music, you sing it while you are listening to someone else perform it. We listen to children's shows on the radio, and Janey can sing along with all the tunes You can sing along to your favourite Elvis hits. fifteen hundred people all singing along and dancing. see also singalong
A singer is a person who sings, especially as a job. My mother was a singer in a dance band. Dame Joan Sutherland, one of the great opera singers of the century. American inventor and manufacturer who patented (1851) a sewing machine capable of making continuous stitches. someone who sings pop/opera/folk etc singer. master singer Sargent John Singer Singer NV Singer Isaac Bashevis Singer Isaac Merritt
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)
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
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
[ si[ng] ] (verb.) before 12th century. From Middle English singen, from Old English singan 'to sing, recite', from Proto-Germanic *singwanan (compare West Frisian sjonge, Dutch zingen, German singen, Swedish sjunga), from Proto-Indo-European *sengʷh- (compare Welsh deongl 'to explain', Ancient Greek omphē 'voice, oracle', Prakrit saṃghai 'to say, teach').
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