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chorus

[ kawr-uhs, kohr- ]
/ 藞k蓴r 蓹s, 藞ko蕣r- /
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noun, plural cho路rus路es.
verb (used with or without object), cho路rused, cho路rus路ing.
to sing or speak in chorus.
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Idioms about chorus

    in chorus, in unison; with all speaking or singing simultaneously: They responded in chorus to the minister's questions.

Origin of chorus

1555鈥65; <Latin <Greek chor贸s a dance, band of dancers and singers
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British Dictionary definitions for chorus

chorus
/ (藞k蓴藧r蓹s) /

noun plural -ruses
verb
to speak, sing, or utter (words, etc) in unison

Word Origin for chorus

C16: from Latin, from Greek khoros
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Other Idioms and Phrases with chorus

chorus

see in chorus.

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