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to sing a song
to sing the praises of / to extol / to eulogize
  *歌* | 歌* | *歌
song / CL: , / to sing
  *唱* | 唱* | *唱
to sing / to call loudly / to chant
sung performance / to sing for an audience
to sing and play (plucked string instrument)
(of two performers) to speak or sing alternately / to be fit for the purposes of a job or task / (of food) to suit sb's taste
to sing opera music (without staging or make up)
  *咏* | 咏* | *咏
to sing
(of two people in different locations) to sing or otherwise perform together using communications technology
to sing
to sing the praises of sb
to cheer on (originally esp. as paid stooge) / to root for sb / to sing sb's praises / to flatter
to sing loudly / to lift one's voice in song
a form of theatrical double act in which one performer speaks or sings while the other, in front, pretends to be doing the speaking or singing / double reed (as in an oboe or bassoon)
to sing loudly / fig. to mouth slogans
Sing Tao, Hong Kong media group and publisher of Sing Tao Daily 星島日報|星岛日报
to recite / to sing (of poetry)
can sing and dance (idiom); fig. a person of many talents
to sing and dance / general term for a round dance
  *啭* | 啭* | *啭
to sing (of birds or insects) / to warble / to chirp / to twitter
lit. you can sing or you can cry (idiom); fig. deeply moving / happy and sad / inspiring and tragic
in perfect harmony / in sync / lit. qin and se sing in harmony
Sing Tao Daily, Hong Kong newspaper
(slang) to sing karaoke
to sing to a string accompaniment / education (a reference to teaching the people Confucian values by means of song in ancient times)
beat the drum, pass the flower (game in which players sit in a circle passing a flower around while a drum is beaten – when the drumbeat stops, the player holding the flower must sing a song, answer a question, or drink a glass of wine etc)
to sing sb's praises (mostly derogatory)
lit. one-track path; fig. to adopt a unified approach to discussing an issue / to sing from the same hymn-sheet
  *讴* | 讴* | *讴
to sing / ballad / folk song
fig. the man sings and the woman follows / fig. marital harmony
lit. sing to accompany wine (idiom); fig. life is short, make merry while you can
the warbler sings and the swallow dances / prosperity abounds (idiom)
answering phrase of duet / to sing antiphonal answer
to acclaim / to sing the praises of
sad melody / stirring strains / elegy / dirge / threnody / sing with solemn fervor
to carry sb in a sedan chair / flatter / sing praises
lit. to sing a duet / fig. to collaborate with sb / also used satirically: to play second fiddle to
to sing at the top of one's voice (idiom)
lit. to erect a stele and write a biography (idiom) / to monumentalize / to glorify / to sing the praises of
  *誯* | 誯* | *誯
(old) variant of / to sing
to sing the high part / to speak fine sounding but empty words (idiom)
to sing / to recite
lit. to sing “The Empty City Stratagem” (idiom) / fig. to put up a bluff to conceal one's weakness / (jocularly) (of a place etc) to be empty / (of one's stomach) to be rumbling
tone deaf / unable to sing in tune
  *唝* | 唝* | *唝
Sing Pao Daily News
lit. whatever mountain one is on, one should sing its songs (idiom) / fig. when in Rome, do as the Romans do
The Sing-Song Girls of Shanghai by Han Bangqing 韓邦慶|韩邦庆, long novel of lower life in Classical Chinese and Jiangsu vernacular / translated into Putonghua as 海上花 by Iris Chang
lit. to breathe through the same nostril (idiom); fig. two people say exactly the same thing (usually derog.) / to sing from the same hymn sheet
  *哢* | 哢* | *哢
to sing or chirp (of birds) / music sound
off-key singing voice / sb who sings off-key
to sing instead of weep (idiom)
to recite loudly / to sing out
to sing a song

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