corws, gorws, chorws, cytgan, gytgan, chytgan, byrdynau, corawd, corawdau, cytganau, chorawd, chorawdau, chytganau, fyrdwn, byrdwn, gorawd, gorawdau, gytganau, nghorawd, nghorawdau, nghorws, nghytgan, nghytganau, myrdwn, myrdynau, fyrdynau
Noun(1) any utterance produced simultaneously by a group(2) a group of people assembled to sing together(3) the part of a song where a soloist is joined by a group of singers(4) a body of dancers or singers who perform together(5) a company of actors who comment (by speaking or singing in unison
Verb(1) utter in unison(2) sing in a choir
(1) They made 42nd Street - the story of a girl plucked from the chorus to the lead role in a Broadway musical - more than just a fluffy fairy tale.(2) The orchestra, soloists and chorus certainly earned those cheers.(3) Then the kids all have to vote on whether a girl who hits a boy who talks trash to her can still be in the chorus of the spring musical.(4) If you love your freedom and your rights, you will add your voice to the growing chorus of opposition.(5) The most masterfully executed, Reflex Action also has the largest cast and includes, among other things, a musical number and a chorus line.(6) He reportedly disliked the Turin chorus and orchestra, and so it was supplemented by singers and musicians from La Scala.(7) ├ö├ç┬úGood morning,├ö├ç├ÿ we replied in chorus(8) Marty puts her on stage, all right - as a chorus dancer.(9) In Greek theatre the chorus always marched onto stage in a square, but danced in circular mode.(10) Lead singer enjoyed using her chorus pedal while the lead guitarist couldn't stop creating textures and backward-sounding leads with his volume pedal.(11) a chorus pedal(12) Sophocles no longer gave the chorus the major role(13) Rossini expert Scimone makes a good case for the score, and the chorus and orchestra add to the professionalism.(14) In Greek tragedy the chorus commented on the action, but in Feathers of Peace there is no commentator giving moral comment.(15) Experts on each of the topics covered add their voices to the rising chorus of resistance to commodification, deregulation and global corporatization.(16) Refusing to add her voice to the chorus of disapproval against the singer's foray into children's books she admitted she couldn't see it being a major contender to Harry Potter.
(1) chorus line :: llinell corws
1. choir ::
2. ensemble ::
3. choral group ::
7. glee club ::
8. choir ::
Different Formschorus, chorused, choruses, chorusing
English to Welsh Dictionary: chorus
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