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dance-off

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Definition of dance-off in English:

noun

A competition, or a round in a competition, in which a number of dancers compete against each other until a winner is declared: the dance-off will feature each couple performing Latin, ballroom, and freestyle
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  • Then they're dragging people up on stage for dance-offs.
  • From there they continued to lead "dance-offs" that tested the crowd's skills at the macarena and the chicken dance.
  • It's got decent enough moves that pop off often enough to keep dance fans happy, though anyone looking for more than a few cool dance-offs will probably be disappointed.

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