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Translation of "dance" - English-Russian dictionary

dance

noun
 
 
/dɑːns/
MOVING [C] A1 when you move your feet and body to music
танец
I had a dance with my dad.Dance and choreography in general
STEPS [C] B1 a particular set of steps or movements to music
танец
My favourite dance is the tango.Names of dances
EVENT [C] a social event where people dance to music
танцевальный вечер
Dance and choreography in generalCelebrations, parties and special occasionsSpecific holidays and festivals
ACTIVITY [U] A2 the activity or skill of dancing
танцы
a dance schoolNames of dances
Translations of “dance”
in Arabic رَقصة, رَقص, رَقْص…
in Korean 춤추기, 춤, 무용…
in Malaysian dansa…
in French bal…
in Turkish dans, belirli bir müzik eşliğinde dans, müzikli…
in Italian ballo…
in Chinese (Traditional) 舞,跳舞, 舞蹈,舞步, 舞曲…
in Polish taniec, bal (taneczny), potańcówka…
in Vietnamese vũ hội…
in Spanish baile…
in Portuguese dança, baile…
in Thai งานเต้นรำ…
in German der Tanz…
in Catalan ball…
in Japanese ダンスの1曲分, ダンス, 舞踊…
in Indonesian dansa…
in Chinese (Simplified) 舞,跳舞, 舞蹈,舞步, 舞曲…
(Definition of dance noun from the Cambridge English-Russian Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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