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Translation of "ballroom dancing" - English-Traditional Chinese dictionary

ballroom dancing

noun [U]    
a type of dancing where a man and a woman dance together using steps and movements to special music, such as the waltz or tango 交際舞,交誼舞(如華爾滋或探戈) Dance and choreography in general
Translations of “ballroom dancing”
in Korean 사교춤…
in Arabic رَقص القاعات…
in Portuguese dança de salão…
in Catalan balls de saló…
in Japanese 社交ダンス…
in Italian ballo tradizionale a coppie…
in Chinese (Simplified) 交际舞,交谊舞(如华尔兹或探戈)…
(Definition of ballroom dancing from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Traditional) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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