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dance

noun     /dɑːnts/ US  /dænts/
[C or U] when you move your feet and body to music 舞,跳舞 We had a dance. 我们跳了一支舞。 a dance class 舞蹈课 Dance and choreography in general
[C] a particular series of movements which you perform to music or the type of music which is connected with it 舞蹈,舞步;舞曲 The band played a slow dance. 乐队演奏了一支舒缓的舞曲。 Dance and choreography in general
[C] a social occasion at which people dance, especially a formal occasion in a large room (尤指正式的)舞会 They're having an end-of-term dinner-dance. 他们要举办一场期末餐舞会。 Celebrations, parties and special occasionsSpecific holidays and festivals
[U] the art of performing dances, especially as a form of entertainment 舞蹈表演;舞蹈艺术 The performers tell the story through song and dance. 演员们载歌载舞演绎了那个故事。 Dance and choreography in general
(Definition of dance noun from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Simplified) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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