chorus

chorus
'ko:rəs
1. plural - choruses; noun
1) (a group of singers: the festival chorus.) coro
2) (a group of singers and dancers in a musical show.) coro
3) (part of a song repeated after each verse: The audience joined in the chorus.) estribillo
4) (something said or shouted by a number of people together: He was greeted by a chorus of cheers.) coro

2. verb
(to sing or say together: The children chorused `Goodbye, Miss Smith'.) corear
chorus n
1. estribillo
everyone sang the chorus todo el mundo cantó el estribillo
2. coro
she sings in the chorus canta en el coro
chorus
tr['kɔːrəs]
noun
1 (choir) coro
2 (of song) estribillo
3 (outburst) coro
\
SMALLIDIOMATIC EXPRESSION/SMALL
in chorus a coro
chorus girl corista
chorus ['korəs] vt
: corear
chorus n
1) : coro m (grupo o composición musical)
2) refrain: coro m, estribillo m
chorus
n.
(§ pl.: choruses) = conjunto s.m.
coro s.m.
estribillo s.m.
'kɔːrəs
noun
1) (+ sing o pl vb) (in musical, opera, tragedy) coro m; (before n)

chorus girl — corista f

chorus line — coro m

2)
a) (refrain) estribillo m; (choral piece) coral m
b) (outburst) coro m

a chorus of protest — un coro de protestas

['kɔːrǝs]
1. N
(pl choruses)
1) [of singers, play] coro m ; (in musical) conjunto m

in chorus — a coro

to sing in chorus — cantar a coro

2) (=refrain) estribillo m

to join in the chorus — unirse en el estribillo

3) (fig)

a chorus of praise greeted the book — el libro fue recibido por un coro de aprobación or alabanzas

a chorus of shouts greeted this — esto fue recibido por un coro de exclamaciones

2.
VT (=speak in unison) decir a coro; (=answer) contestar a coro
3.
CPD

chorus girl N — corista f

chorus line N — línea f de coro

* * *
['kɔːrəs]
noun
1) (+ sing o pl vb) (in musical, opera, tragedy) coro m; (before n)

chorus girl — corista f

chorus line — coro m

2)
a) (refrain) estribillo m; (choral piece) coral m
b) (outburst) coro m

a chorus of protest — un coro de protestas


English-spanish dictionary. 2013.

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