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choir

noun [C, + sing/pl verb] uk   /kwaɪər/  us   /kwaɪr/
B2 a group of people who sing together: He sings in the church choir. choir practice
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in Arabic جَوْقة…
in Korean 합창단…
in Malaysian koir…
in French choeur…
in Turkish koro…
in Italian coro…
in Chinese (Traditional) 合唱團, (尤指教堂的)唱詩班…
in Russian хор…
in Polish chór…
in Vietnamese đội hợp xướng…
in Spanish coro…
in Portuguese coro, coral…
in Thai คณะประสานเสียง…
in German der Chor…
in Catalan cor…
in Japanese 合唱団…
in Indonesian paduan suara…
in Chinese (Simplified) 合唱队, (尤指教堂的)唱诗班…
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