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majorette

noun [C] uk   /ˌmeɪ.dʒəˈret/  us   /-dʒəˈret/ (also drum majorette)
a young woman or girl who wears a uniform and makes a pattern of movements with a baton (= stick) by turning it and throwing it into the air, as part of a group of girls who do this or as the leader of a musical group
Translations of “majorette”
in Chinese (Traditional) 女子行進樂隊指揮, 女子行進樂隊隊員…
in Chinese (Simplified) 女子行进乐队指挥, 女子行进乐队队员…
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