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Translation of "chorus" - English-Turkish dictionary

chorus

noun
 
 
/ˈkɔːrəs/
SONG [C] the part of a song that is repeated several times
nakarat
Types of songs
SINGING GROUP [group] a large group of people who sing together
koro
Singers
IN A SHOW [group] a group of dancers and singers in a show who do not have the main parts
bir gösteride ana bölümümde yer almayan şarkıcı ve dansçılar grubu
Types of songsActors and performersCasting, roles and scripts
a chorus of approval/demands/protest, etc something that a lot of people say at the same time
bir grup insan tarafından aynı anda kabul/talep/protesto için söylenenler, hep birlikte söylenen, ortak söylem/tavır
Simultaneous and consecutiveOrder and sequence
(Definition of chorus noun from the Cambridge Learner’s Dictionary English-Turkish © Cambridge University Press)
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