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danseur noble

Saltos de línea: dan|seur noble
Pronunciación: /dɑ̃ˌsəː ˈnɒbl(ə)
 
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Definición de danseur noble en inglés:

sustantivo

A principal male ballet dancer, especially one who is particularly suited by bearing or physique to princely roles.
Example sentences
  • His pure technique and extraordinary elevation were shown off to an exceptional degree in the role of the Blue Bird, but he also danced the standard danseur noble roles including the Prince in the Kirov's 1965 film of Sleeping Beauty.
  • Virolas, physically slighter, his expression neutral, is suave and lyrical - a potential danseur noble.
  • He is as close to a danseur noble as the company has ever had.

Origen

French, literally 'noble dancer'.

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