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dance

verb [I, T]
 
 
/dɑːns/
A1 to move your feet and body to the rhythm of music
танцевать
She's dancing with Steven. Can you dance the tango?Dance and choreography in generalMaking short, sudden movements
dancer noun [C] A2
танцор, танцовщица
dancing noun [U] A1
танцы
Translations of “dance”
in Korean 춤추다…
in Arabic يَرْقُص…
in French danser, (faire) sauter…
in Italian ballare…
in Chinese (Traditional) 跳(舞),舞蹈, (輕快地)舞動, 搖曳…
in Turkish dans etmek…
in Polish tańczyć…
in Spanish bailar, mecer, agitar…
in Portuguese dançar…
in German tanzen, schaukeln…
in Catalan ballar…
in Japanese (人)が踊る…
in Chinese (Simplified) 跳(舞),舞蹈, (轻快地)舞动, 摇曳…
(Definition of dance verb from the Cambridge English-Russian Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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