- 1.1 (of person, bird) canto (masculine) she teaches singing enseña canto I can hear singing oigo cantar during the singing of the national anthem mientras se entonaba/se entona or se cantaba/se canta el himno nacional (before noun/delante del nombre) [lesson/teacher] de canto a good singing voice una buena voz (para el canto)More example sentences1.2 (noise — of kettle) silbido (masculine); (— in ears) zumbido (masculine), silbido (masculine)
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