habían cantado
Past perfectellos/ellas/ustedesconjugation ofcantar.

cantar

Y después de que todos juntos habían cantado y bailado con regocijo, volvieron a sus sillas.
And after they had all sung and danced so joyfully together, they returned to their chairs.
Me dijeron que los prisioneros habían cantado con frecuencia mi nombre para que los guardias supiesen que no me olvidaban.
I was told that prisoners had often chanted my name so the guards would know I was not forgotten.
Algunos de ellos estuvieron tan sorprendidos por la perfecta pronunciación de sus idiomas por parte de los artistas, que preguntaron si habían cantado con pistas.
Some of them were so surprised by the performers' perfect pronunciation of their languages that they asked if they had performed to recorded songs.
Duras y amargas palabras se gritaron desde muchas partes; y algunos de los que antes habían cantado en voz alta las viejas canciones gritaron entonces igual de alto que los enanos habían azuzado al dragón contra ellos.
Wild and bitter words were shouted from many sides; and some of those who had before sung the old songs loudest, were now heard as loudly crying that the dwarves had stirred the dragon up against them deliberately!
Las huestes celestiales le habían conocido y habían cantado su alabanza sobre las llanuras de Belén.
The heavenly hosts had known Him, and had sung His praise over the plains of Bethlehem.
Solo uno de cada cinco sabían leer música; aún menos habían cantado en un coro nacional.
Only one out of five knew how to read music; even fewer had ever sung in a national choir before.
Las mujeres habían cantado canciones folclóricas y revolucionarias sobre el líder Abdullah Ocalan, en medio de la interacción de la audiencia.
The women had singed folkloric and revolutionary songs about the leader Abdullah Ocalan, amid interaction of the audience.
Algunas niñas se asustaron, mientras que otras, como ser lasAleknavičiūtės, Uldinskaite, Dulckyte, manifestaron valientemente que ellas habían cantado y seguirían cantando en el futuro.
Some of the children became frightened, while others, like the Aleknavičius girl, the Uldinskas girl, and the Dulckis girl courageous ly stated that they sang and that they would continue to sing in the future.
Y cuando ellos habían cantado un himno, Iesus se paró en el medio de sus apóstoles, y de ir a él que era su Centro, cuando en un baile solemne, ellos se regocijaron en él.
And when they had sung a hymn, Iesus stood up in the midst of his apostles, and going to him who was their Centre, as in a solemn dance, they rejoiced in him.
Lo sacó de las canciones que habían cantado juntos como una protesta contra este ultraje, Y el final, trazando una imagen de esta nueva dicha, usando las mismas cosas dentro de ellos que ya consideraban sagradas.
He pulled from songs that they'd sung together as an outcry against this outrage, Ending—painting a picture of this new bliss, using the very things inside of them that they already held as sacred.
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