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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. 我們跳了一夜的舞。 We went dancing at a nightclub. 我們去夜總會跳舞。 What sort of music do you like dancing to? 你喜歡伴著哪種歌曲跳舞? Who was she dancing with at the party last night? 昨晚她在派對上跟誰跳舞? Can you dance the tango? 你會跳探戈嗎? Dance and choreography in general
[I] literary to move quickly and lightly (輕快地)舞動;搖曳;跳動 The daffodils were dancing in the breeze. 黃色水仙在微風中輕輕舞動。 She watched the sunlight dancing on the water. 她注視著水面上的粼粼波光。 Making short, sudden movements
(Definition of dance verb from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Traditional) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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