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Sinfonia

sɪnˈfəʊnɪə

Meanings of Sinfonia:

noun

A symphony.

Usage examples:

His vibrant symphonies four, five and six show him at his peak, but this sinfonia is over the hill.

Sinfonietta

ˌsɪnfəʊnɪˈɛtə

Meanings of Sinfonietta:

noun

A short or simple symphony.

Usage examples:

In the liner notes to the recording, jacob likens his work to ‘a miniature symphony or sinfonietta,…

Meanings of Sinful:

adjective

Wicked and immoral; committing or characterized by the committing of sins.

Usage examples:

Sinful men

Sinfully

ˈsɪn.fəl.i

Meanings of Sinfully:

adverb

In a way that is against the rules of a religion or morally wrong

Usage examples:

Even those projects that were successful were sinfully wasteful., they can't perceive that they are…

Meanings of Sinfulness:

noun

Behaviour that is against the rules of a religion or morally wrong

Usage examples:

He becomes obsessed with his parents' apparent sinfulness., she regrets her life of sinfulness and …

Sing

sɪŋ

Meanings of Sing:

verb

Make musical sounds with the voice, especially words with a set tune.

Usage examples:

Bella sang to the baby
noun

An act or spell of singing.

Usage examples:

We asked him to come back and have a bit of a sing
abbreviation

Singular.

Meanings of Sing a different tune:

phrase

Change one's opinion about or attitude towards someone or something.

Usage examples:

Ask her again ten years from now and i'm sure she'll be singing a different tune

Meanings of Sing-the-praises-of:

idiom

To praise someone or something

Usage examples:

The newspapers have been singing the praises of italy's new star player.

Singapore

ˌsɪŋ.əˈpɔːr

Meanings of Singapore:

proper noun

A country in se asia that consists of the island of singapore (linked by a causeway to the southern tip of the malay peninsula) and about 54 smaller islands; population 5,600,000 (estimated 2015); capital, singapore city; official languages, malay, chinese, tamil, and english.

noun

A country in southeast asia, formed of the island of singapore and other small islands

Singe

sɪndʒ

Meanings of Singe:

verb

Burn (something) superficially or lightly.

Usage examples:

The fire had singed his eyebrows
noun

A superficial burn.

Usage examples:

The woman, aged 39, was able to walk to the ambulance before being taken to hospital with minor bur…

Singed

sɪndʒ

Meanings of Singed:

adjective

Slightly burnt; scorched.

Usage examples:

He had singed eyebrows and soot all over his face
verb

Burn (something) superficially or lightly.

Usage examples:

The fire had singed his eyebrows

Meanings of Singeing:

verb

Burn (something) superficially or lightly.

Usage examples:

The fire had singed his eyebrows
noun

A superficial burn.

Usage examples:

The woman, aged 39, was able to walk to the ambulance before being taken to hospital with minor bur…

Singer

ˈsɪŋ.ər

Meanings of Singer:

noun

A person who sings, especially professionally.

Usage examples:

A pop singer

Singers

ˈsɪŋ.ər

Meanings of Singers:

noun

A person who sings, especially professionally.

Usage examples:

A pop singer

Singes

sɪn(d)ʒ

Meanings of Singes:

verb

Burn (something) superficially or lightly.

Usage examples:

The fire had singed his eyebrows
noun

A superficial burn.

Usage examples:

The woman, aged 39, was able to walk to the ambulance before being taken to hospital with minor bur…

Singh

sɪŋ

Meanings of Singh:

noun

A title or surname adopted by certain warrior castes of northern india, especially by male members of the sikh khalsa.

Usage examples:

Singh is used as a common surname and middle name in north india mainly by the rajputs caste and th…

Singhalese

ˌsɪnhəˈliːz

Meanings of Singhalese:

noun

A member of a people originally from northern india, now forming the majority of the population of sri lanka.

Usage examples:

I went to school with tamils, sinhalese and members of the burgher community.
adjective

Relating to the sinhalese or their language.

Usage examples:

As a registered party, the sep was allocated 15 minutes on state-run television and radio to presen…

Meanings of Singing:

noun

The activity of performing songs or tunes by making musical sounds with the voice.

Usage examples:

The singing of hymns in latin
verb

Make musical sounds with the voice, especially words with a set tune.

Usage examples:

Bella sang to the baby

Single

ˈsɪŋ.ɡəl

Meanings of Single:

adjective

Only one; not one of several.

Usage examples:

A single red rose
noun

An individual person or thing rather than part of a pair or a group.

Usage examples:

The end result is a photography of mythical proportions that is camouflaged in paint and operates i…
verb

Choose someone or something from a group for special treatment.

Usage examples:

One newspaper was singled out for criticism

Single-combat

ˌsɪŋ.ɡəl ˈkɒm.bæt

Meanings of Single-combat:

noun

Fighting between two people, usually with weapons

Usage examples:

The two soldiers met (= fought each other) in single combat.

Single-handed

ˌsɪŋ.ɡəlˈhæn.dɪd

Meanings of Single-handed:

adjective

Involving only one person's work or effort

Usage examples:

The round-the-world single-handed race is sailing's ultimate challenge., she single-handedly suppor…
adverb

Without help from anyone else

Usage examples:

He turned the business around virtually single-handed., google was almost single-handedly responsib…

Meanings of Single-minded:

adjective

Only doing things that relate to one activity or interest

Usage examples:

She is single-minded in her pursuit of her studies.

Single-mindedness

ˌsɪŋ.ɡəlˈmaɪn.dɪd.nəs

Meanings of Single-mindedness:

noun

The quality of being very determined and thinking only about achieving a particular thing

Usage examples:

His quiet single-mindedness allowed him to accomplish something that others had been trying to do f…

Meanings of Single-out:

idiom

Select from a group

phrasal verb

To choose someone or something for special attention

Usage examples:

You can't just single out young people when you talk about what's wrong with the country.

Single-parent

ˌsɪŋ.ɡəl ˈpeə.rənt

Meanings of Single-parent:

noun

Someone who has a child or children but no husband, wife, or partner who lives with them

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