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choreography

noun [U] uk   /ˌkɒr.iˈɒɡ.rə.fi/ us    /ˌkɔːr.iˈɑː.ɡrə-/
the skill of combining movements into dances to be performed: a flamboyant style of choreography
choreograph
verb [T] uk   /ˈkɒr.i.ə.ɡrɑːf/ us    /ˈkɔːr.i.ə.ɡræf/
The ballet was choreographed by Ashton.
choreographer
noun [C] uk   /-fər/ us    /-fɚ/
Balanchine, the well-known choreographer
Translations of “choreography”
in Spanish Coreografía, Coreografia…
in Chinese (Traditional) 編舞藝術, 舞蹈設計…
in Russian хореография…
in Turkish koreografi…
in Chinese (Simplified) 编舞艺术, 舞蹈设计…
in Polish choreografia…
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