- 1 [Mús] 1.1 (conjunto — vocal) choir (— en una revista musical) chorus line un coro de protestas a chorus of protest a coro, los alumnos repetían a coro la lección the pupils repeated the lesson together o in unison, the pupils chorused the lesson lo cantaron a coro they sang it in chorus o together hacerle coro a algn to back sb up 1.2 (composición) chorus 1.3 [Arquit] choir (asientos) choir stall
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