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waltz US English

A dance in triple time performed by a couple who as a pair turn rhythmically around and around as they progress around the dance floor

waltz Matilda in Matilda2 US English

Carry a bundle of possessions while traveling

waltz Matilda US English

Carry a bundle of possessions while traveling

Viennese waltz US English

A waltz characterized by a slight anticipation of the second beat of the bar and having a romantic quality

old-fashioned waltz US English

A waltz played in quick time

waltz king in Strauss US English

Johann (1825–99), son of Strauss the Elder; known as Strauss the Younger and as the waltz king. He composed many famous waltzes, such as The Blue Danube (1867) and Tales from the Vienna Woods (1868). He is also noted for the operetta Die Fledermaus (1874)

waltz English-Spanish

vals m

waltz through English-Spanish

pasar con los ojos cerrados

waltz away with English-Spanish

llevarse (sin ningún problema)

waltz off with English-Spanish

llevarse (sin ningún problema)

can you waltz? in waltz English-Spanish

¿sabes bailar el vals?, ¿sabes valsar