Definición de cabriole en inglés:

cabriole

Saltos de línea: cab¦ri|ole
Pronunciación: /ˈkabrɪəʊl
 
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sustantivo

Ballet
A jump in which one leg is extended into the air forwards or backwards, the other is brought up to meet it, and the dancer lands on the second foot.
Más ejemplos en oraciones
  • He imbued every movement with emotion, from high-flying cabrioles to the sweep of a cloak, at one moment reaching out to the audience as if to implore their help.
  • She thunderstruck the audience with her grounded, undulating attack and startling series of parallel, tilted cabrioles.
  • You'd see a double cabriole and next day you'd go into the studio and think, if he could do this then I'll try!

Origen

French, literally 'light leap', from cabrioler (earlier caprioler), from Italian capriolare 'to leap in the air' (see capriole).

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