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Spanish translation of “chorus”

chorus

noun /ˈkoːrəs/ (plural choruses)
a group of singers
coro
the festival chorus.
a group of singers and dancers in a musical show.
coro
part of a song repeated after each verse
estribillo
The audience joined in the chorus.
something said or shouted by a number of people together
coro
He was greeted by a chorus of cheers.
(Definition of chorus from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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