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arabesque

noun [C] (POSITION) 姿勢     /ˌær.əˈbesk/ US  /ˌer-/
a position in ballet dancing in which the dancer stands on one leg with the other leg held out straight behind 阿拉貝斯克舞姿,迎風展翅(芭蕾舞舞姿之一,單腿直立,另一條腿向後平伸) Ballet
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