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ballroom dancing

noun [no plural]
 
/ˈbɔːl·ruːm ˌdɑːn·sɪŋ/
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
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Translations of “ballroom dancing”
in Korean 사교춤…
in Arabic رَقص القاعات…
in Portuguese dança de salão…
in Catalan balls de saló…
in Italian ballo tradizionale a coppie…
in Chinese (Traditional) 交際舞,交誼舞(如華爾滋或探戈)…
in Chinese (Simplified) 交际舞,交谊舞(如华尔兹或探戈)…
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