Questions about example sentences with, and the definition and usage of "Singer"

The meaning of "Singer" in various phrases and sentences

Q: What does What does the singer wanted to say?
What happened to them? mean?
A: the singer said that he didn't meant to hurt this person. And this person never loved him? their family didn't respected him, and he says he wanted what's best for this person, but he husted that person, and now he is reflecting on what he did

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Q: What does A:I want to be a singer.
B:you think you will be in the papers? mean?
A: “To be in the papers” means it be famous, it’s an old saying because celebrity news used to be in newspapers (and are still in magazines)

So, B is saying “you think you will be famous?” Or even more rudely “You think YOU can be famous?” 🙄🙄
Q: What does The singer messed up the words. mean?
A: The singer sang the wrong words.
Q: What does She did a creditable job of impersonating the singer. mean?
A: It means 'she did a good job (praiseworthy) imitating the singer'

creditable=(of a performance, effort, or action) deserving public acknowledgement and praise but not necessarily outstanding or successful.

impersonating=pretend to be (another person) for entertainment or fraud

hope I helped 😅
Q: What does This singer is in some pretty incredible company with the likes of two very famous artists. mean?
A: "The singer is lucky to know some cool people." is the general idea.

"in [someone's] company" or "in the company of/with [someone]" means they are with eachother socially, like as friends, or at a club.

"the likes of" means "the type/kind of"... "the likes of you" means "people like you".

So, the singer is hanging out with famous people.

Example sentences using "Singer"

Q: Please show me example sentences with singer.
A: A singer is a noun, implying someone sings for a living or as a hobby. There aren’t much different types of common expressions using the word “singer
“Wow, she is an amazing singer!”
“You should become a singer when you grow up”
Q: Please show me example sentences with singer.
A: The lead singer of the band has a nice voice.

I want to be a singer when I grow up.

Synonyms of "Singer" and their differences

Q: What is the difference between singer and artist ?
A: A singer could be considered an artist, because singing is a form of expression. But not all artists are singers- artist could refer to many different mediums, like singing, writing, drawing, etc.
Q: What is the difference between (a) This singer is getting popular. and (b) This singer is becoming popular. ?
A: Getting is more common in speech or texting but most people write becoming
Q: What is the difference between It's rare for a singer to successfully branch out THE movie business. and It's rare for a singer to successfully branch out A movie business. and It's rare for a singer to successfully branch out movie business. ?
A: They both mean the same thing but they are missing a part of the sentence. It should say: It is rare for a singer to successfully Branch out INTO THE movie business.

In Hollywood singing and movies are different industries and it is hard to become a part of both, which is why we say going into one from the other is hard.
Q: What is the difference between She is a singer and songwriter and She is a singer-songwriter ?
A: They both sound natural. “She is a singer-songwriter” is more commonly used because it is the shortened version of “singer and songwriter.”

If there is a long and short version of something, usually the short version is more used in casual conversation.
Q: What is the difference between She used to be a singer. and She use to be a singer. ?
A: The correct term is “She used to be.” Used to + verb means something happened but doesn't happen any more. It uses -ed to show past tense. Since it always means something happened in the past, it should always use past tense.

Translations of "Singer"

Q: How do you say this in English (US)? What is the most famous singer in England?
A: It would be “who is the most famous singer in England?”
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? hello)) I’m singer. I’m singing jazz songs.
A: You're welcome
Q: How do you say this in English (UK)? You sounded like a singer and you looked fantastic. Is it correct sentence? Why I can't say you sounded liked a singer?
A: You sounded like a singer.

In your sentence, "like" is a preposition so you can't add a 'd' to it. You can read examples of the preposition "like" on the Oxford Learner's Dictionary.
https://www.oxfordlearnersdictionaries.com/definition/english/like_1?q=like

"Like" can also be a verb, but that is different. You can read examples of the verb "like" on the Oxford Learner's Dictionary.
https://www.oxfordlearnersdictionaries.com/definition/english/like_2

"Like" can also be a noun, adjective, adverb, or a conjunction. You can read examples of all of these on the Oxford Learner's Dictionary.
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? A famous Korean singer were undergone a attack from racists in Belgium. The funny thing is that the attackers tried to rob a wrist watch. Are there a lot of beggars?
A: The famous Korean singer had undergone a racially motivated attack in Belgium. The funny thing is the attackers had attempted to rob a wrist watch. Are there a lot of thieves?
Q: How do you say this in English (UK)? What is this female singer name and the title of her song?
A: Hero by Mariah Carey

Other questions about "Singer"

Q: He is known as he is married a famous singer. Does this sound natural?
A: More natural alternatives:
"He is well-known because he is married to a famous singer"
"He is well-known because he married a famous singer"
"He is well-known since he is married to a famous singer"
"He is well-known since he married a famous singer"
"He is well-known as he is married to a famous singer"
"He has become well-known since marrying a famous singer"
Q: What did the singer say at 1:07 in this video (https://youtu.be/S_RzBeC5ZJY)?
A: She did say "Hey, girl!" Sometimes people will call other people things like "girl" even if they aren't female. It's kind of a joke.
Q: What did the singer say at 8:55 in this talk show clip (https://youtu.be/S_RzBeC5ZJY)?
A: sounds like affect this
Q: She is not much of a singer. Does this sound natural?
A: Yes.It sounds very native.You can pretty much substitute "singer" for many other nouns "cooker","dancer","smoker" etc.
Q: If you don't stay on your singer career, you're really stealing something from those who are enjoying your every performance. Does this sound natural?
A: If you don't continue your singing career, you'll be robbing your fans of their enjoyment/performances they enjoy.

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