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ballet

noun [C or U]
 
 
/ˈbæl.eɪ/ US  /-ˈ-/
(a theatrical work with) a type of dancing where carefully organized movements tell a story or express an idea
芭蕾舞,舞剧
a ballet dancer
芭蕾舞女演员
By the age of fifteen he had already composed his first ballet (= music for a ballet).
他15岁就写出了第一首芭蕾舞曲。
Ballet
balletic
 
 
/bəˈlet.ɪk/ US  /-ˈlet̬-/ adjective
balletic movements
芭蕾舞动作
Ballet
Translations of “ballet”
in Spanish ballet…
in Arabic رَقْص البالِيه…
in Korean 발레…
in Portuguese balé…
in French ballet, (de) ballet…
in German das Ballett, Ballett……
in Catalan ballet…
in Japanese バレエ…
in Russian балет, балетная труппа…
in Chinese (Traditional) 芭蕾舞,舞劇…
in Italian danza classica, balletto…
in Turkish balet, erkek bale dansçısı, bale…
in Polish balet…
(Definition of ballet from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Simplified) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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