Word: sings

Category: sings

Arts & Entertainment, People & Society, Books & Literature

Related words: sings

who, who sings, song lyrics, miranda sings, who sings this, obama sings, who sings home, america sings, maya angelou, who sings crazy, who sings royals, who sings titanium, who sings lights

Synonyms: sings

croon, carol, trill, chant, intone, chorus, belt out, warble, chirp, chirrup, cheep, peep, call (out), cry (out), shout, yell, holler, inform (on someone), confess, squeal, rat on someone, blow the whistle on someone, snitch (on someone), narc (on someone), finger someone, fink on someone, whistle, let the cat out of the bag, blab, babble, blab out, spill the beans, talk, babble out, tattle, peach

Translations: sings

spanish
canta, cante, cantan


german
singt

french
chante

italian
canta, canta la, intona

portuguese
canta, cantar, cantam, cante

dutch
zingt, zingen, bezingt

russian
поет, поёт, исполняет, приметы

norwegian
synger

swedish
sjunger, allsånger

finnish
laulaa

danish
synger, synger sammen, der synger

czech
zpívá, zazpívá, zpívají, zpívat

polish
śpiewa, piewa

hungarian
énekel, énekli, dalol, elénekli

turkish
söylüyor, şarkı söyler, şarkı söylüyor, söyler

greek
τραγουδά, τραγουδάει, ερμηνεύει, πινακίδες, ψάλλει

ukrainian
співає, поет

albanian
këndon, shenja, kendon, e këndon

bulgarian
пее, пеят, изпява, да пее

belarusian
спявае, сьпявае, поет, пяе

estonian
laulab, laulab laulus

croatian
pjeva, pjevaju

icelandic
syngur, syngur æ, Hreindýr syngur æ, syngja, Friðrik Ómar Hjörleifsson syngur

lithuanian
dainuoja, gieda, Poetai, švieslentėje

latvian
dzied, nodzied

macedonian
пее, ги пее, ја пее, пеат

romanian
cântă, canta, indică, cîntă, cânta

slovenian
poje, prepeva, zapoje, pel

slovak
spieva, zpívá

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The meaning and "use of": sings

verb
  • make musical sounds with the voice, especially words with a set tune.
  • make a high-pitched whistling or buzzing sound.
  • act as an informer to the police.
  • recount or celebrate in a work of literature, especially poetry.

noun
  • an act or spell of singing.

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