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Definition of 'anthem'

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This is not the easiest moment to disrespect the national anthem. Times, Sunday Times (2016)The government has rejected a radical new suggestion for an English national anthem. Times, Sunday Times (2016)About 20 people have been arrested in India for remaining in their cinema seats while the national anthem was played. Times, Sunday Times (2016)I cannot sing the French national anthem and not the English one. Times, Sunday Times (2016)This country has one huge problem and a terrible national anthem. Times, Sunday Times (2013)Is it wrong to hope for a few pop anthems? The Sun (2014)Standing on the podium and hearing the national anthem was a very special moment. The Sun (2011)Maths rock plus building anthems equals loyal crowd. The Sun (2013)They could also be heard during the playing of the national anthem. Times, Sunday Times (2008)But seeing the sea of red here and hearing the anthem was incredible. The Sun (2016)He wants to use some of the rock anthems used in the film. Times, Sunday Times (2013)That they sing the national anthem as though it means something. The Sun (2014)It's our fave new pop anthem. The Sun (2014)To hear the anthem in Melbourne would be amazing. Times, Sunday Times (2006)Get ready for a blast from the past in this musical filled with 1980s rock anthems. The Sun (2013)It will end with the British national anthem. Times, Sunday Times (2011)It might be worth changing that national anthem, though. Times, Sunday Times (2014)If we had got the gig it would have been a huge anthem, a song of the century. The Sun (2006)We write anthems and bangers. The Sun (2007)Her songs were brilliant anthems. Times, Sunday Times (2014)You can guess the encore - three of the best pop anthems you could ask to hear in a huge outdoor venue. The Sun (2013)Now they have a rock anthem in next single Take it Back and fans in their thousands. Times, Sunday Times (2014)But it is a safe bet to suggest that the Cuban anthem will be heard at the ExCeL centre this weekend. Times, Sunday Times (2012)This tongue-in-cheek electro pop anthem has already gone platinum in the US. The Sun (2009)I'm told the tune is a huge pop anthem that will serve as a wake-up call to her diva rivals. The Sun (2014)Often, I let the theme of the choir anthem become the theme of worship and fit other parts of worship into it. Christianity Today (2000)

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Translations for 'anthem'

British English: anthem /ˈænθəm/ NOUN
An anthem is a song or hymn written for a special occasion.
...the Olympic anthem.
  • American English: anthem
  • Arabic: نَشِيد
  • Brazilian Portuguese: hino
  • Chinese: 圣歌
  • Croatian: himna
  • Czech: hymna
  • Danish: hymne
  • Dutch: lofzang
  • European Spanish: himno
  • Finnish: hymni
  • French: hymne
  • German: Hymne
  • Greek: ύμνος
  • Italian: inno
  • Japanese: 国歌
  • Korean: 송가
  • Norwegian: hymne
  • Polish: hymn
  • European Portuguese: hino
  • Romanian: imn
  • Russian: гимн
  • Latin American Spanish: himno
  • Swedish: hymn
  • Thai: เพลงสดุดี
  • Turkish: marş
  • Ukrainian: гімн
  • Vietnamese: bài hát ca ngợi

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