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cantar in English:

1. sing sing


Birds sing.
Hearing you sing, people might take you for a girl.
After dinner, bring your guitar along and we'll sing.
The sedge has withered from the lake, and no birds sing.
In joyful strains then let us sing: “Advance Australia Fair!”
Recently, what with this and that, I haven't been able to sing so today I sang like there's no tomorrow!
This is not some cheap Izakaya, so we don't accept that customers sing loudly.
When I sing Karaoke, I sing everything from oldies from my childhood to the latest hits.
Daddy, I'll stop doing theater and won't sing anymore.
When he gets up on stage to sing one of his out-of-tune solos, I get so nervous for him that I get sweaty palms.
Diana's singing impressed him so much that he asked her to sing on the radio.
She firmly asserts that she will not sing in front of anybody.
The authors state quite categorically that the female members of only a small number of species also sing.
I Love You is the title of more songs than anyone can sing in her lifetime.
Every evening, a nightingale would sing us songs.

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2. chant chant


Dory continued to chant.
Protesters were chanting slogans.
the crowd chanted their hero's names
The fans were chanting their team’s name as the players ran onto the field.
Some dance around the room, chanting verses.
You could hear a chant from the church.
That was our chant before the games, before we came out.

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