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verb: chant, warble
sings 3rd person present; ; singing present participle; ; sang past tense; ; sung past participle;
When you sing, you make musical sounds with your voice, usually producing words that fit a tune. VERB
I can't sing. V
I sing about love most of the time. V + 'about'
They were all singing the same song. V n
Go on, then, sing us a song! V n n
`You're getting to be a habit with me,' sang Eddie. V with quote
...an operatic aria sung by Luciano Pavarotti. V-ed
When birds or insects sing, they make pleasant high-pitched sounds. VERB
Birds were already singing in the garden. V
If you say that people, especially people in the same organization, are singing from the same hymn sheet or are singing from the same song sheet, you mean that they are saying the same things in public about something and appear to agree about it. PHRASE V inflects
We should bring together the departments so that we're all singing from the same hymn sheet.
See also singing
to sing someone's praises
If you sing along with a piece of music, you sing it while you are listening to someone else perform it. PHRASAL VERB
We listen to children's shows on the radio, and Janey can sing along with all the tunes. V P + 'with'
You can sing along to your favourite Elvis hits. V P + 'to'
...fifteen hundred people all singing along and dancing. V P
See also singalong
If someone sings out something, they say it in a loud, cheerful voice. PHRASAL VERB no cont
`See you,' Geoff sang out.