chant

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UK:*UK and possibly other pronunciationsUK and possibly other pronunciations/ˈtʃɑːnt/US:USA pronunciation: IPA and respellingUSA pronuncation: IPA/tʃænt/ ,USA pronunciation: respelling(chant, chänt)


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chant

Most examples are given in US English. We have labeled exceptions as UK.
n
  1. a [rhythmic, ritual, religious] chant
  2. a [football, stadium, team, school] chant
  3. chants from the [crowd, fans]
  4. The [crowd] broke into (a) chant.
  5. [teased, taunted] them with a chant
  6. [sing, record, perform, listen to] Gregorian chants
  7. [sang, repeated, bellowed, led, initiated] the chant
  8. [read, write, recite] a magic chant
  9. [repeated, said] it like a chant
  10. The chant went ["Why are we waiting?"]
  11. chants and [mantras, shouts, yells]
v
  1. chanting [a hymn, a psalm, the words, a tune, the mantra, a slogan]
  2. chant in the [church, synagogue, mosque]
  3. [workers, picketers, victims] chanted a [slogan, demand]
  4. chanting at the [stadium, match, game]
  5. chanted at the [managers, players, president, workers]
  6. chanted by [fans, spectators, participants, church goers]
  7. chanted in [unison, rhythm]
  8. chanting [softly, loudly, repeatedly]
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