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dancernoun [C]

 us   /ˈdæn·sər/
a ​person who moves his or her ​body and ​feet in ​rhythm to ​music: He’s a dancer with the New York City Ballet.
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dancernoun [C]

uk   /ˈdɑːn.sər/  us   /ˈdæn.sɚ/
A2 someone who ​dances either as a ​job or for ​pleasure: He's a dancer in the Royal Ballet. I never ​knew you were such a good dancer.
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(Definition of dancer from the Cambridge Advanced Learners Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)
Translations of “dancer”
in Arabic راقِص…
in Korean 무용가, 춤추는 사람…
in Portuguese dançarino, -a, bailarino…
in Catalan ballarí, -ina…
in Japanese 舞踏家, ダンサー, 踊る人…
in Chinese (Simplified) 舞蹈演员, 跳舞者…
in Chinese (Traditional) 舞蹈演員, 跳舞者…
in Italian ballerino, -a…
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