suomi-englanti sanakirja

chorus englannista suomeksi

  1. tanssiryhmä, balettiryhmä

  2. lausua kuorossa

  3. kreikkalainen kuoro

  4. kuoro

  5. kertosäe

  6. laulaa kuorossa

  1. Substantiivi

  2. kuoro

  3. kertosäe

  4. efekti">chorus-efekti

  5. Verbi

chorus englanniksi

  1. A group of singers and dancers in a theatrical performance or religious festival who commented on the main performance in speech or song.

  2. (RQ:Plutarch Holland Morals)'', reſembling the ſpeech of a ''Chorus'' in a tragedie from a ſcaffold, ſhould pronounce her anſwers not in ſimple, plaine, and triviall termes, without any grace to ſet them out, but with Poeticall magnificence of high and ſtately verſes, diſguiſed as it were with metaphors and figurative phraſes, yea, and that which more is, with ſound of flute and hautboies: (..)

  3. A song performed by the singers of such a group.

  4. (RQ:Milton Reason)

  5. An actor who reads the prologue and epilogue of a play, and sometimes also acts as a commentator or narrator; also, a portion of a play read by this actor.

  6. (RQ:Marlowe Doctor Faustus)

  7. (RQ:Shakespeare Hamlet Q1-2)

  8. (RQ:Jonson Cynthia's Revels) ''From'' ſpaniſh ''ſhrugs'', french ''faces, ſmirks, irps, and all affected humours'': / (smallcaps) Good (mythology)|(smallcaps) defend vs.

  9. (RQ:Shakespeare Winter's Tale)

  10. A group of singers performing together; a choir; specifically, such a group singing together in a musical, an opera, etc., as distinct from the soloists; an ensemble.

  11. (ux)

  12. A group of people in a performance who recite together.

  13. An instance of singing by a group of people.

  14. (RQ:Bulwer-Lytton Harold)

  15. A group of people, animals{{, or inanimate objects who make sounds together.

  16. (quote-journal)|url=|passage=More than just an appliance, the air conditioner is a memento mori. (..) As summer proceeds, listen to the chorus of machines humming in the windows, outside the houses, atop the office buildings.

  17. The noise or sound made by such a group.

  18. (quote-web)|archiveurl=|archivedate=6 September 2021|date=1 October 2011|passage=At the end of a frantic first 45 minutes, there was still time for (w) to strike the bar from 20 yards before referee Atkinson|Martin Atkinson departed to a deafening chorus of jeering from Everton's fans.

  19. A group of people who express a unanimous opinion.

  20. (quote-journal)|url=|passage=So far, more than a dozen EU countries have either enacted a windfall tax or said they’re planning to. (..) On Monday, US President Joe Biden joined the chorus, accusing oil companies of “war profiteering” and threatening them with big new levies if they fail to bring down consumer prices.

  21. (quote-journal)|title=Rift in Trump’s inner circle over 2024 presidential campaign announcement|journal=(w)|url=|passage=Donald Trump’s top political staffers at Mar-a-Lago are pressing him to move forward with his planned 2024 presidential campaign announcement next week but a chorus of allies are suggesting delaying until after the Senate runoff in Georgia in December, according to sources familiar with the matter.

  22. The opinion expressed by such a group.

  23. (quote-journal)|url=|passage=On Friday, 75 scholars and clinicians signed an open letter, joining a chorus of disagreement with Berenson by arguing that “establishing marijuana as a causal link to violence at the individual level is both theoretically and empirically problematic”.

  24. A piece of music, especially one in a larger work such as an opera, written to be sung by a choir in parts (for example, by sopranos, altos, tenors, and basses).

  25. A part of a song which is repeated between verses; a refrain.

  26. (RQ:Smollett Peregrine Pickle)|page=10|column=1|passage=The commodore, the lieutenant, and landlord, joined in the chorus, repeating this elegant ſtanza: (..)

  27. (quote-book)|title=Welsh Melodies: With Welsh and English Poetry|location=London|publisher=Addison, Hollier & Lucas|year=1862|section=stanza 2|page=140|oclc=1118307767|passage=See the flowing bowl before us, / Fa, la, la, la, la, la, la, la, la! / Strike the harp and join the chorus. / Fa, la, la, la, la, la, la, la, la!

  28. The main part of a song played after the introduction.

  29. A group of pipes or stops intended to be played simultaneously; a compound stop; also, the sound made by such pipes or stops.

  30. A feature or setting in music that makes one instrument sound like many.

  31. A simple, often repetitive, song intended to be sung in a group during informal worship.

  32. The improvised solo section in a small group performance.

  33. (quote-book) and recorded by the Glenn Miller Orchestra as "In the Mood," becoming the biggest hit of the Swing Era.

  34. (quote-book): Master of Modernism|location=New York, N.Y.; London|publisher=W. Norton & Company|William Warder Norton & Company|year=2014|page=299|pageurl=|isbn=978-0-393-06582-4|passage=Jazz solos in the 1920s are much more about variety and discontinuity than unity and coherence. The explosive introduction, the instrutable and tender scat-clarinet dialogue, the spritely piano chorus, and the majestic trumpet chorus—contrast is far more important than unity.

  35. To sing (a song), express (a sentiment), or recite or say (words) chorus.

  36. (synonyms)

  37. (quote-book) |location=Edinburgh |publisher=and Boyd|Oliver & Boyd; London: Longman, Rees, Orme, Brown, & Green |year=1826 |volume=II |page=125 |pageurl= |oclc=459003796 |passage=In the middle of the little woody bay, or rather basin, which received the scanty waters of the stream, an armed sloop lay at anchor, and he heard the din of license and carousal on board,—the hasty oath—the hearty laugh—and the boisterous song, chorussed by a score of rough voices, which made the bay re-echo.

  38. (RQ:Scott Woodstock)

  39. (RQ:Carroll Sylvie and Bruno) I could not even ''affect'' to join in the stereotyped "Oh, ''thank'' you!" which was chorused around me.

  40. (quote-journal)|date=22 June 1953|volume=|issue=|page=|pageurl=|column=|issn=0928-8430|oclc=224518090|passage=But soon they streamed ashore, fresh-faced young sailormen in small and large parties directed by ship's officers and Russian embassy guides. They drove to London, to Salisbury Cathedral, to Windsor Castle, chorusing sea chanteys and waving at girls.

  41. (quote-book), (w), and H. Greenberg|Martin Harry Greenberg|title=100 Great Fantasy Short Stories|location=New York, N.Y.|publisher=(w)|year=1955|year_published=1984|isbn=978-0-380-69917-9|passage=The Cottons chorused grateful acknowledgement.

  42. (quote-journal)|date=15 December 1957|volume=|issue=|page=|pageurl=|column=|issn=0928-8430|oclc=224518090|passage=From Peking to Berlin the rulers of the Communist world dutifully chorused delight at Khrushchev|Nikita Khrushchev's coup.

  43. (quote-book)|series=The Vintage Library of Contemporary World Literature|edition=Aventura Books|location=New York, N.Y.|publisher=Books|Vintage|year=1981|year_published=September 1983|page=194|pageurl=|isbn=978-0-394-72219-1|passage=Again the women chorussed their approval.

  44. (quote-book) |location=Beijing |publisher=(w) |year=1982–1984 |year_published=1997 |volume=III |page=178 |pageurl=|isbn=978-7-119-01663-4 |passage=The evil spirit caught up with him, unwound his trunk that was like a python, wrapped it around Pig and carried him back in triumph to the cave. The devilish host chorused a paean of victory as they swarmed back.

  45. (quote-book)

  46. (quote-book) |title=Once on a Moonless Night |series=A Borzoi Book |edition=1st American |location=New York, N.Y. |publisher=A. Knopf|Alfred Abraham Knopf |year=2009 |page=93 |pageurl= |isbn=978-0-307-27158-7 |passage=I also remember a Children's Day celebration organised by our local academy where the little Westerners performed a piece called ''The Just War'': (..) They jumped right up and, while they were suspended in the air, drove their bayonets into an imaginary enemy's throat, chorusing 'Kill! kill! kill!'

  47. To express concurrence with (something said by another person); to echo.

  48. (RQ:Poe Works)

  49. To provide (a song) with a chorus or refrain.

  50. (RQ:Defoe True-Born Englishman)

  51. To sing the chorus or refrain of a song.

  52. 1785, (w), ''Journal of a Tour to the Hebrides|The Journal of a Tour to the Hebrides with Samuel Johnson, LL.D'', Wednesday, 8th September, 1773,

  53. Malcolm sung an Erse song, the chorus of which was 'Hatyin foam foam eri', with words of his own. (..) the boatmen and Mr M’Queen chorused, and all went well.
  54. To sing, express, or say in, or as if in, unison.

  55. (RQ:Richardson Clarissa)

  56. 1933, "No Slice for Teachers" in ''(magazine)|Time'', 14 August, 1933,

  57. Six State Commissioners of Education gloomily chorused about retrenchments, pay cuts and shut-down schools in Alabama, Missouri, Tennessee, Washington, Massachusetts and Maine.
  58. (RQ:Orwell Animal Farm)

  59. 1985, Robertson, Baron Robertson of Port Ellen|George Robertson, ''(w)'', 1 July, 1985,

  60. Without an abatement agreement there would have been no chorusing from the government about the great success and triumph that Fontainebleau represented for Britain.
  61. 1986, C. Winkler|Anthony Winkler, ''The Painted Canoe'', University of Chicago Press, Chapter 2, p. 20,

  62. Others in the crowded bus, having nothing better to do, took up the cry, and soon many of the higglers were chorusing about the ugliness of the fisherman playing dominoes.
  63. 1998, (w), ''(w)'', 25 November, 1998,

  64. When I asked that question in the House recently, a number of Tel Aviv's little echoes in the Chamber chorused that Israel was a democracy.
  65. To echo unison another person's words.

  66. 1947, "Miracle Man" in ''(magazine)|Time'', 20 October, 1947,

  67. Then she shouted: "Viva our Lady of Grace," and the crowd chorused.
  68. Of animals: to make cries or sounds together.

  69. 1987, (w), ''(w)'', New York: Daw Books, p. 122,

  70. Then the cocks began to crow in the town beneath the hill, and the birds chorused in the fields, and a pale yellow poppy colored the east.
  71. 1998, (w), ''The Path to the Nest of Spiders|The Path to the Spiders' Nests'', translated by Archibald Colquhoun, revised by (w), Hopewell, NJ: The Ecco Press, 1998, Chapter Two, p. 51,

  72. The hens are now sleeping in rows on their perches in the coops, and the frogs are out of the water and chorusing away along the bed of the whole torrent, from source to mouth.
  73. (l)

  74. (syn)

  75. refrain of a song

  76. improvisation by a soloist for part of all of a theme

  77. (quote-book)

  78. an audio effect used on the guitar to give the impression that multiple instruments are playing the same time

  79. chorus (all forms)

  80. (l) (gloss)

  81. 1986, Paulo Anis Lima, ''Trip'', page 75:

  82. (quote)
  83. 2010, Antonio Adolfo, ''Arranjo: um enfoque atual'', Lumiar Editora, page 64:

  84. 2016, Daniel Luiz Alves, ''Desvendando Seu Setup: Como melhorar seu som'', Clube de Autores, page 65:

  85. (quote)|Thus, the flanger permits various adjustments, from a simple chorus (just set the Res or Resonance or Feedback knob to zero and adjust the Depth and Rate knobs) (..)