Definition of 'carol'
Example sentences containing 'carol'
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What impresses us most is the number of songs and carols learned by the youngsters this term. The Sun (2014)The crib was designed to be carried around during carol singing. Times, Sunday Times (2008)What would you put in a new carol? Times, Sunday Times (2007)You could be carol singing but you're coughing your lungs up. The Sun (2009)We were joking about whether we'd have protesters singing carols outside. Times, Sunday Times (2014)Singing a selection of carols and popular songs with a room full of wonderful people from the older generation left me feeling warm inside. The Sun (2014)Expect all your favourite carols. The Sun (2014)The language of old carols, she thought, was too tricky and biblical. Times, Sunday Times (2010)It features local crafts, gifts, festive food and drink plus carol singing. The Sun (2015)He grumbles a little about singing carols in the old folks' home, but accepts the importance of doing so. Times, Sunday Times (2007)
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Translations for 'carol'
British English: carol /ˈkærəl/ NOUN
Carols are Christian religious songs that are sung at Christmas.
The children all sang carols as loudly as they could.
- American English: carol
- Arabic: أُنْشُودةُ عِيْد الـمِيلاد
- Brazilian Portuguese: cântico alegre
- Chinese: 颂歌
- Croatian: božićna pjesma
- Czech: koleda
- Danish: glædessang
- Dutch: kerstlied
- European Spanish: villancico
- Finnish: laulu erit. joululaulu
- French: chant
- German: Weihnachtslied
- Greek: κάλαντα
- Italian: canto di Natale
- Japanese: キャロル
- Korean: 캐럴
- Norwegian: julesang
- Polish: kolęda
- European Portuguese: cântico de Natal
- Romanian: colindă
- Russian: рождественский гимн
- Spanish: villancico
- Swedish: julsång
- Thai: เพลงสวดหรือเพลงร้องเพื่อความสนุกสนาน
- Turkish: Noel şarkısı
- Ukrainian: різдвяна пісня
- Vietnamese: bài hát mừng Giáng Sinh
Definition of carol from the Collins English Dictionary
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