- [C]唱诗队，唱诗班 a group of people who sing together especially during religious services
a chorus that sings as part of a religious ceremony
a family of similar musical instrument playing together
the area occupied by singers; the part of the chancel between sanctuary and nave
sing in a choir
- The choir sang the 23rd Psalm.
- The choir sang the amens beautifully.
- The choir sang sweetly, and none more so than the Welsh boy.
- The choir was singing distinctly out of tune in places.
- The choir gave a ragged performance.
- The choir is the oldest part of that church.
- The children's choir meet/meets on Saturday to rehearse.
- The church choir is/are singing tonight.
- The choir dates from the 14th century.
- The procession of priests moved through the choir to greet the faithful people.
- We have three choir practices a week.
- Beth sings in the school choir.
- John missed the party because he was singing in the choir.
- Our neighbors sing in the church choir.
- We visited the church where Schubert sang in the choir.
- She could date her admission to the choir by Father Peter's last visit.
- male choir 男声合唱团
- choir boy 唱诗班男童歌手
- choir girl 唱诗班女童歌手
- choir loft 唱诗班楼座
- choir master 唱诗班领队
- choir organ 唱诗班风琴
- choir practice 合唱训练
- choir school 唱诗班学校
- choir stall 唱诗班座位
- choir of carolers 颂歌演唱队