- chorus [kôr′əs]n.[L, a dance, band of dancers or singers < Gr choros]1. in ancient Greek drama, and drama like it, a company of performers whose singing, dancing, and narration provide explanation and elaboration of the main action2. in Elizabethan drama, a person who recites the prologue and epilogue3. a group of dancers and singers performing together in a modern musical show, opera, etc.4. the part of a drama, song, etc. performed by a chorus5. a group of people trained to sing or speak something together simultaneously6. a simultaneous utterance by many [a chorus of protest]7. that which is thus uttered8. music written for group singing9. that part of a musical composition in which the company joins the solo singer10.a) the refrain of a song or hymn following each verseb) the main tune, as of a jazz piece, following the introductionc) Jazz a solo, usually an improvised one based on the main tune of a piecevt., vi.to sing, speak, or say in unison——————in chorusin unison
English World dictionary. V. Neufeldt. 2014.