Definition of two-step in English:

two-step

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noun

1A round dance with a sliding step in march or polka time.
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  • Panico, the dancer from Naples who has been wrapping herself around Maradona's new body through tangos, waltzes, two-steps and cha-cha-chas, arrived in Argentina to learn that she and Diego had had their last dance.
  • This acoustic ensemble will bring an array of authentic Cajun waltzes, two-steps, and ballads to the stage.
  • The local band, which usually consisted of cornets, slide trombone, violin, clarinet, and bass drum, played at weddings, festivals, and other social occasions, offering waltzes, quadrilles, and two-steps.
2 [mass noun] another term for garage (sense 3) of the noun).

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