Definition of 'singer'
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He singer became in the history richest of singer opera. Times, Sunday Times (2007)The head appeared as a silver mesh sculpture on wheels which the singer rode down one of two walkways into the crowd. Times, Sunday Times (2013)With her mother a singer, her upbringing was steeped in the arts. Times, Sunday Times (2009)You're an old f****** singer no one knows about. The Sun (2009)Both her parents were musical; her mother was a singer and dancer and her father played the saxophone. Times, Sunday Times (2015)Musically, they recalled the xx more than any of the singer's pop star peers. Times, Sunday Times (2014)Personally, we'd get rid of that annoying opera singer in the insurance adverts. The Sun (2012)A degree of trepidation always surrounds a recital by an opera singer with more than 55 years on the clock. Times, Sunday Times (2012)She said: 'There is a singer from show one that blew me away. The Sun (2012)Most African music features one singer or star, but this is a guitar band. Times, Sunday Times (2015)He said: 'Each one of these singers deserves to go through. The Sun (2014)With the discipline of having to back a singer, the band have reined in their more chaotic impulses and delivered one of their most convincing sets. Times, Sunday Times (2008)It's going to be a busy one for the singer, she plans to bring out her debut album in the autumn. The Sun (2012)
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Translations for 'singer'
British English: singer /ˈsɪŋə/ NOUN
A singer is a person who sings, especially as a job.
My mother was a singer in a band.
- American English: singer
- Arabic: مُغَنٍ
- Brazilian Portuguese: cantor
- Chinese: 歌唱者
- Croatian: pjevač
- Czech: zpěvák
- Danish: sanger
- Dutch: zanger
- European Spanish: cantante
- Finnish: laulaja
- French: chanteur
- German: Sänger
- Greek: τραγουδιστής
- Italian: cantante
- Japanese: 歌手
- Korean: 가수
- Norwegian: sanger
- Polish: śpiewak
- European Portuguese: cantor
- Romanian: cântăreț
- Russian: певец
- Spanish: cantante
- Swedish: sångare
- Thai: นักร้อง
- Turkish: şarkıcı
- Ukrainian: співак
- Vietnamese: ca sĩ
Definition of singer from the Collins English Dictionary
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