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  1. sing

    • IPA[siNG]

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    • v.
      make musical sounds with the voice, especially words with a set tune;perform (a song, words, or tune) with the voice
    • n.
      an act or spell of singing;a meeting for amateur singing.
    • verb: sing, 3rd person present: sings, gerund or present participle: singing, past tense: sang, past participle: sung

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    • 1. informal an act or spell of singing we asked him to come back and have a bit of a sing a sponsored sing to pay for the theater
    • informal a meeting for amateur singing.
    • abbr
      singular.

    Oxford American Dictionary

    • abbr
      singular.

    Oxford Dictionary

    • past of sing

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    • past participle of sing

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    • past of sing

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    • past participle of sing

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    • adj.
      (of a person's voice) having a repeated rising and falling rhythm: the sing-song voices of children reciting tables
    • n.
      an informal gathering for singing: he used to play the piano and have a sing-song with his pals
    • v.
      speak or recite something in a sing-song manner: the kids started sing-songing ‘Blessed be’ sing-songed Kruger

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    • n.
      an informal occasion when people sing together in a group: the party got off to a resounding start with a singalong

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    • v.
      make musical sounds with the voice, especially words with a set tune: Bella sang to the baby
    • n.
      an act or spell of singing: we asked him to come back and have a bit of a sing a sponsored sing to pay for the theatre

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