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Spanish translation of “dance”

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dance

verb /daːns/
to move in time to music by ma-king a series of rhythmic steps
bailar
She began to dance Can you dance the waltz?
to move quickly up and down
mecer, agitar, mover
The father was dancing the baby on his knee.
dancer noun
bailarín, bailaor
a ballet dancer.
dancing noun
danza
She likes ballroom dancing (also adjective) dancing shoes.
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 Russian танцевать…
in Turkish dans etmek…
in Polish tańczyć…
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 from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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