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French translation of “ballet”

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ballet

noun /ˈbӕlei, (American) bӕˈlei/
a theatrical performance of dancing with set steps and mime, often telling a story
ballet
Swan Lake is my favourite ballet.
the art of dancing in this way
(de) ballet
She is taking lessons in ballet (also adjective) a ballet class.
ballet-dancer noun
danseur/-euse de ballet
Translations of “ballet”
in Korean 발레…
in Arabic رَقْص البالِيه…
in Italian danza classica, balletto…
in Chinese (Traditional) 芭蕾舞,舞劇…
in Russian балет, балетная труппа…
in Turkish balet, erkek bale dansçısı, bale…
in Polish balet…
in Spanish ballet…
in Portuguese balé…
in German das Ballett, Ballett……
in Catalan ballet…
in Japanese バレエ…
in Chinese (Simplified) 芭蕾舞,舞剧…
(Definition of ballet from the Password English-French Dictionary © 2014 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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