dance

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  • Info Dance is the art of movement of the body, usually rhythmically and to music, using prescribed or improvised steps and gestures. more...
  • A father-daughter dance is a dance between a daughter and her father.
  • It is widely known both as a style of music and a dance.
  • Many early forms of music and dance were created for each other and performed together.
  • This type of dance is represented by both men and women.
  • The dance stage is a raised metal platform divided into two sides.
  • This extended to various art forms, including dance, music, art, theatre and poetry.
  • They typically have performance experience in the types of dance they teach or coach.
  • Even though dance traditions may be limited to one cultural group, they all develop.
  • The school house served as a community center where dances were commonly held.
  • Some of these coming of age events involve a father-daughter dance.
  • The city has several dance clubs as well as a highly active live music and jazz scene.
  • See the article on English country dance for more information.
  • Cast - turn outward and dance up or down outside the set, as directed.
  • The word was not recorded as a musical and dance term until the late 18th century.
  • This term is the French word for ball, as in a formal dance.
  • One of these shows a group of young men linking arms in a round dance.
  • The ballet of the same name has been performed by other dance companies around the world.
  • Type of dance - a particular dance or dance style.
  • All three singles released from Girl reached number one on the UK dance chart.
  • From that room was an entrance to a smaller room with a smaller dance floor and smaller bar.
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Meaning of dance

  • noun An artistic form of nonverbal communication
  • noun A party of people assembled for dancing
  • noun A party for social dancing
  • verb Move in a graceful and rhythmical way
    The young girl danced into the room
  • verb Move in a pattern; usually to musical accompaniment; do or perform a dance
    My husband and I like to dance at home to the radio
  • verb Skip, leap, or move up and down or sideways
    Dancing flames, The children danced with joy