- v. 唱；鸣叫；歌颂；称赞；<俚>告密
- n. 合唱会
- abbr. 单数的（=singular）
- 作诗， 用诗赞颂
- 唱着歌欢迎，唱着歌使得 ，唱歌般地说
- =singular 单数的，单一的，非凡的，异常的
- vt. & vi. 唱; 歌唱 make musical sounds with the voice; utter words one after another to a tune
- vt. & vi. (使)鸣叫; 嗡嗡作响 (make) be filled with a high ringing sound
deliver by singing;
"Sing Christmas carols"
produce tones with the voice;
"She was singing while she was cooking"
"My brother sings very well"
to make melodious sounds;
"The nightingale was singing"
make a whining, ringing, or whistling sound;
"the kettle was singing"
"the bullet sang past his ear"
divulge confidential information or secrets;
"Be careful--his secretary talks"
- She was singing a lullaby to her child.
- Let's sing a song during the break.
- She sang the baby to sleep.
- Birds sing loudest in the early morning.
- Our films sing the praises of the new society.
- The critics are singing the praises of her new book.
- Did you join in the community sing?
- I'm sorry that I can't tell jokes,I can't sing either.
- I like to sing, although I don't sing well.
- The boys walked past us, singing merrily.
- If you sing before breakfast, you'll cry before dinner.
- As I walked on, some birds were singing in the woods.
- My ears are singing.
- The steam sang as it escaped from the pipe.
- Bullets sang past our ears.
- You are not singing in tune.
- He was a white singer but he sang black.
- Now he will have to sing small because I beat him.
- Birds sing loudest in the early morning.
- After the teacher talked to me,I could only sing small.
- My brother can't sing a note.
- Do you sing bass or baritone?
- Miss Rose will sing a song now.
- You are not singing the song in tune.
- With slow, mournful tones, it sings the pain and misery of the past.
- At first he was most dictatorial and aggressive in what he said, but when he realised that he would get nowhere by that means, he began to sing another tune.
- At one time he was all for “salting the rich”, as he said, but now that he has inherited a considerable fortune he sings another tune.
- Everyone left the concert singing the young pianist's praises.
- He was forever singing his own praises.
- Sing it loud and clear.
- Finally the Internationale was sung.
- The mother sang her baby a lullaby.
- Will you sing me a song?
- Will you sing a song for〔to〕 us?
- Sing your father a song,Mary, sing one of your new songs for〔to〕 him.
- She sang the child to sleep.
- sing about (v.+prep.)
歌颂 praise in poetry
sing about sth
The peasants are singing about their happy life.
Our films sing about the new society.
- sing at (v.+prep.)
以…唱 make musical sounds with the voice at sth
sing at sth
I cannot sing at so high a pitch.
- sing away (v.+adv.)
通过歌唱消除掉remove or dismiss by singing
She sings away for hours.
I knew she was happy again when I heard her singing away in the kitchen.
Birds were singing away happily outside.
外面小鸟在不停地欢快歌唱。sing sth ⇔ away
Sing all your troubles away.
You can sing your cares away!
- sing of (v.+prep.)
歌颂; 吟咏 praise in poetry
sing of sth
They sang of fields, and flocks, and trees.
We sing of our great motherland.
Homer sang of Troy.
They sang of his brave deeds.
The poet sang of victory.
The old Year was seen out in traditional fashion by singing of Auld Lang Syne .
- sing on (v.+adv.)
继续唱continue to sing
They sang on for hours after the main party broke up.
- sing out (v.+adv.)
Don't be afraid, sing out!
The choirmaster urged them to sing out for all they were worth.
合唱团团长让他们大声地唱。sing sth ⇔ out
The choir sang the words out with great vigour.
The children were singing their hearts out on the stage.
On New Year's Eve we sing out the Old Year and sing in the New Year.
The bell sang out the hour of midnight.
She sang out when she heard the good news.
If you need anything, just sing out and I'll come.
“I'm ready!”she sang out.
“我准备好了!”她喊道。sing sth ⇔ out
He sang out something about getting a promotion.
If you hadn't sung out a warning in time, there might have been a nasty accident.
I sang out their order to the kitchen.
我向烹调间大声报着他们点的菜。sing out that-clause
A voice at the back sang out that there were not enough members present for a vote.
- sing to (v.+prep.)
和着唱 accompany sth
sing to sth
He was singing to the guitar.
They moved round us, singing to the music from a kora.
- sing up (v.+adv.)
唱大声点sing more loudly
The new choir boy was told not to be nervous but to sing up.
Sing up, fellows, this is supposed to be a celebration, not a funeral!
Tell the people at the back to sing up. I can't hear them.
We are short of men in the group today, so you'll have to sing up so as to be heard above the women.
- sing baritone 唱男中音
- sing bass 唱男低音
- sing one's beauty 歌颂某人美丽
- sing the lead 领唱
- sing the pain and misery of the past 唱出了过去的痛苦和哀愁
- sing appealingly 有趣地歌唱
- sing beautifully 唱得很美
- sing bewitchingly 着迷地歌唱
- sing cheerfully 兴高采烈地歌唱
- sing conscientiously 诚心诚意地歌颂
- sing creditably 值得称赞地歌唱
- sing daringly 大胆地歌颂
- sing dexterously 娴熟地歌唱
- sing energetically 充满活力地歌唱
- sing exquisitely 优美地歌唱
- sing extemporaneously 临时地嗡嗡作响
- sing fervently 热心地歌唱
- sing generally 一般性地歌唱
- sing grotesquely 可笑地歌颂
- sing hauntingly 难以忘怀地歌唱
- sing hoarsely 沙哑地歌唱
- sing impetuously 鲁莽地歌唱
- sing ineffectually 效果不佳地歌颂
- sing involuntarily 不由自主地歌颂
- sing laboriously 努力地歌唱
- sing laudably 值得赞美地歌唱
- sing loudly 大声地唱
- sing madly 疯狂地歌唱
- sing magnificently 壮丽地歌唱
- sing regularly 定期地歌唱
- sing repeatedly 多次歌唱
- sing satisfactorily 满意地歌唱
- sing simultaneously 同一时间地歌唱
- sing sorely 使人伤心地歌唱
- sing spectacularly 引人入胜地歌唱
- sing thrillingly 激动地歌唱
- sing unscrupulously 肆无忌惮地歌唱
- sing away 不住地唱歌,用唱歌来解除
- sing trouble away 唱歌以驱掉烦恼
- sing in the New Year 歌迎新年
- sing out 高声叫喊
- sing out the Old Year 唱送旧岁
- sing up 用力唱
- sing by ear 凭听觉记忆演唱
- sing for 为…歌唱,因…歌唱
- sing for joy 快乐得唱起来
- sing in chorus 合唱
- sing in tune 唱得和谐
- sing of exploits 歌颂功绩
- sing of life 歌颂生活
- sing of motherland 歌唱祖国
- sing out of tune 唱得走调
- sing over one's work 边工作边唱歌
- sing through one's nose 用鼻音哼歌
- sing to 由…伴奏着唱,和着…唱
- sing to the guitar 和着吉他唱歌
- sing to the piano 和着钢琴唱
- sing with joy 高兴地唱起来
- sing with sb 与…一起唱
Every one who is happy desires to sing.出自： R. L. Stevenson
He began to sing in his..ringing bass.出自： I. Murdoch
A choir sang reedily from the chancel.出自： C. Thubron
- sing, sing about
- sing的意思是“唱”,其后一般接song或歌曲的名称; sing about常作“歌颂”解,其后一般接抽象名词。
- sing, carol, chant, descant, hymn, troll, warble
- The choir chanted in the background.唱诗班在后面唱着赞美诗。
- The protesters chanted in the street below.在下面的街上,抗议者们有节奏地反复喊口号。
- She led the group in chanting their slogans.她带领人群高呼口号。
- The crowd chanted slogans and waved banners.人群有节奏地呼喊口号并挥舞旗帜。
- We often go carolling at Christmas.我们在圣诞节常去唱圣歌。
- She sings us a song.
- She sings a song for us.
- She sings a song to us.
- She sings loud.
- She is singing loudly.
误 She sang a baby sleeping.
误 She sang a baby having slept.
正 She sang a baby to sleep.
析 sing a baby to sleep是习惯用语,意思是“唱着哄婴儿入睡”。
- ☆ 直接源自古英语的singan，意为诵唱。