English translation of 'chef d’orchestre'
masculine and feminine noun
conductor (Brit) ⧫ leader (USA)
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'chef d’orchestre' in Other Languages
British English: conductor /kənˈdʌktə/ NOUN
A conductor is a person who stands in front of an orchestra or choir and directs its performance.
Several hundred musicians need a conductor.
- American English: conductor
- Arabic: قَائِد فِرْقَة مُوسِيقِيَّة
- Brazilian Portuguese: maestro
- Chinese: 乐队指挥
- Croatian: dirigent
- Czech: dirigent
- Danish: dirigent
- Dutch: dirigent orkest
- European Spanish: director orquesta
- Finnish: kapellimestari
- French: chef d’orchestre
- German: Dirigent
- Greek: μαέστρος
- Italian: direttore d’orchestra
- Japanese: 指揮者
- Korean: 지휘자
- Norwegian: dirigent
- Polish: dyrygent
- European Portuguese: maestro
- Romanian: dirijor
- Russian: дирижер
- Spanish: director de orquestra
- Swedish: dirigent
- Thai: ผู้ควบคุมวงดนตรี
- Turkish: orkestra şefi
- Ukrainian: диригент
- Vietnamese: nhạc trưởng
Translation of chef d’orchestre from the Collins French to English Dictionary
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