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Meaning of “ballet” - Learner’s Dictionary

ballet

noun     /ˈbæleɪ/ US  /bælˈeɪ/
DANCING [U]
B1 a type of dancing that is done in a theatre and tells a story, usually with musicDance and choreography in general
PERFORMANCE [C]
a particular story or performance of ballet dancing: Mary's favourite ballet was 'Giselle'.Dance and choreography in general
DANCERS [C]
a group of ballet dancers who work together: the Royal BalletDance and choreography in general
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