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string in Music topic

stringstring2 verb (past tense and past participle strung /strΚŒΕ‹/) [transitive] πŸ”Š πŸ”Š 1 PUTto put things together onto a thread, chain etc πŸ”Š beads strung on a silver chain2 [always + adverb/preposition] to hang things in a line, usually high in the air, especially for decorationstring something along/across etc something πŸ”Š Christmas lights were strung from one end of Main Street to the other.3 β†’ be strung (out) along/across etc something4 APMto put a string or a set of strings onto a musical instrument β†’ highly-strung at highly β†’ string along β†’ string something ↔ out β†’ string something ↔ together β†’ string somebody ↔ upβ†’ See Verb table
Examples from the Corpus
stringβ€’ He strung a rope from the roof of the family barn to the ground and practiced aerial feats.β€’ The 200 houses are strung along a narrow 5-mile road.β€’ Alma made them string clothesline around so she could stretch blanketing over him and down to the floor without its touching him.β€’ You're not just stringing me along?β€’ She distrusted the offer of talks which had no other purpose than to string out negotiation.β€’ Help me string the popcorn to hang on the Christmas tree.β€’ If there was ever a task that wanted teamwork, it was stringing tree lights.β€’ Awake all night, Jimmy was bleary-eyed but too strung up on his nerves to notice he was tired.