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/ dB:ns; ?@ dAns; dAns/ n 1 (a) [C] (series of) movements and steps in time to music ; ; : [attrib ] to learn new dance steps . (b) [C] type of dance : The rumba is a Latin-American dance. . (c) [C] one round or turn of a dance : May I have the next dance? ? (d) [C] music for a dance : a gipsy dance played on the violin . (e) (also the dance) [U] dancing as an art form : She has written a book on (the) dance. . 2 [C] social gathering at which people dance : to hold a dance in the village hall . 3 (idm ) lead sb a dance => lead3. a song and dance => song.
OXFORD ENGLISH DICTIONARY posted at 2009-11-22 13:41:17
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dance
/ dB:ns; ?@ dAns; dAns/ v 1 (a) [I, Ipr, Ip] move rhythmically in a series of steps, alone, with a partner or in a group, usu in time to music : We danced to the disco music. . * Would you like to dance? ? * I danced with her all night. . (b) [Tn] perform (a certain kind of dance, ballet, etc) : to dance a waltz, the cha-cha, etc . 2 [I, Ipr, Ip] move in a lively way, usu up and down , : leaves dancing in the wind * a boat dancing on the waves * to dance for joy/with rage []. 3 [Tn.pr, Tn.p] cause (sb) to dance : She danced the little child round the room. . * He danced the baby (ie bounced it up and down) on his knee. . 4 (idm ) dance attendance (up) on sb (fml ) follow sb about, attending to his wishes , : She loves to have servants dance attendance (up) on her. . dance to sb's tune do as sb demands .
OXFORD ENGLISH DICTIONARY posted at 2009-11-22 13:41:17
dance
/ dB:ns; ?@ dAns; dAns/ v 1 (a) [I, Ipr, Ip] move rhythmically in a series of steps, alone, with a partner or in a group, usu in time to music : We danced to the disco music. . * Would you like to dance? ? * I danced with her all night. . (b) [Tn] perform (a certain kind of dance, ballet, etc) : to dance a waltz, the cha-cha, etc . 2 [I, Ipr, Ip] move in a lively way, usu up and down , : leaves dancing in the wind * a boat dancing on the waves * to dance for joy/with rage []. 3 [Tn.pr, Tn.p] cause (sb) to dance : She danced the little child round the room. . * He danced the baby (ie bounced it up and down) on his knee. . 4 (idm ) dance attendance (up) on sb (fml ) follow sb about, attending to his wishes , : She loves to have servants dance attendance (up) on her. . dance to sb's tune do as sb demands .
OXFORD ENGLISH DICTIONARY posted at 2009-11-22 13:41:17

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