Definition of ice dancing in English:

ice dancing

Line breaks: ice dan¦cing

noun

[mass noun]
  • A form of ice skating incorporating choreographed dance moves, typically performed by skaters in pairs.
    More example sentences
    • She offers thorough guidance on singles, ice dancing, and pairs, and she offers valid advice on synchronized skating.
    • So it is no surprise that ice dancing, not freestyle skating, is king in Lake Placid in August.
    • Figure skating includes four disciplines - singles men and ladies skating, pairs skating, and ice dancing.

Derivatives

ice dance

noun
More example sentences
  • So we decided to do ice dance, because we fit together.
  • I was too lanky for singles and I thought there would be more opportunities in ice dance.
  • The ice dance event continued with the Original Dance.

ice dancer

noun
More example sentences
  • ‘I spent most of my early skating years, before becoming an ice dancer, doing singles,’ Roberts said.
  • ‘I have always been an ice dancer,’ McCullough stated.
  • O'Keefe's older sister, Keelin, is a gold level ice dancer, but no longer competes since she is attending the U.S. Air Force Academy.

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