Definition of 'chorus'
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He invited the audience to join the chorus in song. Times, Sunday Times (2011)The chorus of people saying the same thing in conferences around the world is deafening. Times, Sunday Times (2009)The crowd showed their disapproval with a chorus of boos at the end. The Sun (2009)It was then left to a chorus member to sing the part from the wings. Times, Sunday Times (2010)The dawn chorus is getting louder and more insistent. Times, Sunday Times (2016)The chorus of disapproval is sure to grow. Times, Sunday Times (2006)But there were good tunes and convincing pop chorus hooks woven into the musical fabric as well. Times, Sunday Times (2010)Do you not love me enough to sing my choruses? Christianity Today (2000)Now he has joined the dawn chorus as well. The Sun (2009)The chorus of disapproval is as diverse as the new law is excluding. Times, Sunday Times (2010)Imagine unbridled joy when band and thousands of fans belt out the feel-good chorus in perfect unison. The Sun (2015)There is no rousing chorus, and the performance will last up to three hours. Times, Sunday Times (2007)Germany led a chorus of criticism by European governments. Times, Sunday Times (2007)Its rousing chorus was delivered with a honeyed growl and accompanied by hip-hop style hand gestures. Times, Sunday Times (2014)An increasing chorus of social criticism in recent years has called attention to men's personal isolation. American Manhood: Transformations in Masculinity from the Revolution to the Modern Era (1993)He is known for his oversized sunglasses and his songs' catchy choruses. The Sun (2012)He hopes to go better this time, but simultaneously joins the chorus giving warning against setting expectations too high too soon. Times, Sunday Times (2007)I was one of the people in the chorus, the worst role. The Sun (2011)A blizzard of verses and choruses came wedged together in bundles so slick and fast that it was like watching a non-stop cabaret medley. Times, Sunday Times (2008)The second goal kept the home fans happy, but they were still not convinced and there was no rousing chorus in support of their under-fire manager. The Sun (2011)
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Translations for 'chorus'
British English: chorus NOUN
A chorus is a part of a song which is repeated after each verse.
She sang two verses and the chorus of her song.
British English: chorus VERB
When people chorus something, they say it or sing it together.
Hi', they chorused.
Definition of chorus from the Collins English Dictionary
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