Definition of disco-dance in English:


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[no object]
Dance to pop music: girls disco-dancing in slow motion around their handbags
More example sentences
  • On Saturday night I bar hopped and disco danced the night away.
  • Somehow he made it to Manchester University, where he has vivid memories of getting glammed up to disco dance with hairdressers from the local Vidal Sassoon salon.
  • She didn't know how to disco dance, so she mostly just wiggled her bottom and shook her fists.


disco dancer

More example sentences
  • Rather than the usual half-baked pianists and disco dancers, we had older teenagers with real promise.
  • The video's not dated well, however, especially the crowd of ageing disco dancers.
  • The children see disco dancers on television and they want to dance like they do on the pop shows.

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