Spanish Word for choir  

English Word: choir

Spanish Word: coro
The Spanish Word for choir
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You would have sung with the choir.
Tú hubieses cantado con el coro.
I used to belong to the church's choir.
Yo pertenecía al coro de la Iglesia.

A talented choir, but a religious one.
Lo hacía con talento, pero era una coral religiosa.
We had an orchestra, we had the anthem, we had a choir; we started today, did we not, with the anthem.
Había una orquesta, se escuchó el himno y había un coro; y hoy hemos comenzado con el himno ¿no es verdad?
I would like to be able to add my voice to this almost unanimous choir, but I must admit to being perplexed.
Me gustaría poder añadir mi voz a este coro prácticamente unánime, pero debo admitir que estoy perplejo.
I want to add my voice to the choir of those who have already complained about the process, about the choice of method.
Quiero añadir mi voz al coro de los que ya se han quejado del proceso, de la elección del método.
I also understand that five teachers are to stand trial for taking part in a cross-community choir which gave a performance in Istanbul.
También tengo entendido que cinco profesores tendrán que comparecer ante los tribunales por haber participado en un coro, formado por miembros de distintas comunidades, que actuó en Estambul.
We must project Europe's voice with the unity of a choir singing from the same hymn sheet, rather than the dissonance of an unruly cacophony.
Debemos hacer oír la voz de Europa con la unidad de un coro que canta el mismo himno, y no con la disonancia de una cacofonía desordenada.
I dedicate his words to the choir singing the praises of globalisation, singing the same song today in the European Parliament.
Dedico sus palabras al coro que proclama las alabanzas de la mundialización y que vuelve a entonar la misma cantilena hoy en el Parlamento Europeo.
A choir of several voices risks casting ridicule on the idea of a United Europe, not to mention its international image and influence.
La existencia de un coro de voces puede poner en ridículo la idea de una Unión Europea, por no hablar de su imagen y su influencia en el ámbito internacional.
First, the Commission, which has long been a rather other-worldly institution supported by a choir of faithful followers.
El reto se le presenta en primer lugar a la Comisión. Ésta ha sido durante mucho tiempo una institución sacerdotal sustentada por un núcleo de fieles.
(PL) Madam President, I should like to begin by congratulating Commissioner Ferrero-Waldner on the outstanding performance by the Altenburg Boys' Choir that we have just heard.
(PL) Señora Presidenta, quisiera comenzar felicitando a la Comisaria Ferrero-Waldner por la extraordinaria actuación del coro infantil de Altenburg que acabamos de escuchar.
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