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sung

[ suhng ]
/ sʌŋ /
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verb
a simple past tense and past participle of sing.
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OTHER WORDS FROM sung

half-sung, adjectivewell-sung, adjective

Other definitions for sung (2 of 2)

Sung
[ soong ]
/ sʊŋ /

noun
a dynasty in China, a.d. 960–1279, characterized by a high level of achievement in painting, ceramics, and philosophy: overthrown by the Mongols.
Also Song [sawng] /sɔŋ/ .
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British Dictionary definitions for sung (1 of 2)

sung
/ (sʌŋ) /

verb
the past participle of sing
adjective
produced by singinga sung syllable

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British Dictionary definitions for sung (2 of 2)

Sung

Song

/ (sʊŋ) /

noun
an imperial dynasty of China (960–1279 ad), notable for its art, literature, and philosophy
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