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choreograph (s) (noun), choreographs (pl)
1. A plan of dance movements to go with a piece of music: The choreograph was first prepared and then the dancers tried it out in the following rehearsal.
2. A preparation to coordinate and to supervise an event or an activity: Mr. Jones made the choreograph for the town's next pumpkins festival.
3. The direction of and development of a musical project; an orchestration: A choreograph was needed for Act 3 of the musical before it could be performed the following month.