Definition of 'choreograph'
Example sentences containing 'choreograph'
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Are you a player in a choreographed piece? Times, Sunday Times (2008)There were pop concerts as well as policy proposals in a carefully choreographed dance between politicians and celebrities. Times, Sunday Times (2013)In a sense, to be human is to perform an instinctively choreographed act. Times, Sunday Times (2016)And some of the Strictly dancers will perform a choreographed number. The Sun (2014)It was fantastic, like a carefully choreographed ensemble piece. Times, Sunday Times (2007)We did a dance routine choreographed by our neighbour, an old lady. The Sun (2015)It had a well choreographed dance, which is essential. Times, Sunday Times (2008)It's crying out for a choreographed dance routine. Times, Sunday Times (2013)Ghana had a choreographed, stuttering dance step. Christianity Today (2000)Except when it's choreographed in a routine. The Sun (2013)She will learn to dance with the troupe, perform savagely choreographed dance routines and have costumes made. Times, Sunday Times (2012)The film employs slickly choreographed dance scenes, but works best when the characters simply deliver a song to camera. Times, Sunday Times (2007)I knew he had rhythm but didn't think he could perform a choreographed dance. The Sun (2011)A brilliantly staged, choreographed and performed piece of theatre. Times, Sunday Times (2013)He choreographed a little routine for us in which I kept throwing left jabs. The Sun (2011)It's certainly a very sumptuous, elegantly choreographed piece of cinema. Times, Sunday Times (2013)We're taught a series of moves per track and link them together at the end, into a choreographed routine. The Sun (2015)
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Translations for 'choreograph'
British English: choreograph VERB
When someone choreographs a ballet or other dance, they invent the steps and movements and tell the dancers how to perform them.
He had choreographed the dance in Act II himself.
They are acts which have been carefully scripted, choreographed, and edited to look exciting.
Definition of choreograph from the Collins English Dictionary
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