belt out

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belt out ‎(third-person singular simple present belts out, present participle belting out, simple past and past participle belted out)

  1. (idiomatic, transitive) to sing loudly; to emit music loudly
    He belted out Sweet Child of Mine at the karaoke.
    Lively show tunes being belted out by the pianist on the grand piano.
    The jukebox belted out tunes from the fifties, and waiters shouted food orders to the cooks behind the enormous steel counter.