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dance

verb
 
 
/dɑːnts/ US  /dænts/
[I or T] to move the body and feet to music
跳(舞),舞蹈
We danced all night.
我们跳了一夜的舞。
We went dancing at a nightclub.
我们去夜总会跳舞了。
What sort of music do you like dancing to?
你喜欢伴着哪种曲子跳舞?
Who was she dancing with at the party last night?
昨晚舞会上她在和谁跳舞?
Can you dance the tango?
你会跳探戈舞吗?
Dance and choreography in general
[I] literary to move quickly and lightly
(轻快地)舞动;摇曳;跳动
The daffodils were dancing in the breeze.
黄水仙在微风中轻轻舞动。
She watched the sunlight dancing on the water.
她注视着水面上的粼粼波光。
Making short, sudden movements
Translations of “dance”
in Spanish bailar, mecer, agitar…
in Arabic يَرْقُص…
in Korean 춤추다…
in Portuguese dançar…
in French danser, (faire) sauter…
in German tanzen, schaukeln…
in Catalan ballar…
in Japanese (人)が踊る…
in Russian танцевать…
in Chinese (Traditional) 跳(舞),舞蹈, (輕快地)舞動, 搖曳…
in Italian ballare…
in Turkish dans etmek…
in Polish tańczyć…
(Definition of dance verb from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Simplified) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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