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Pronunciation: / ˈdænsɪŋ /
Pronunciation: /ˈdɑːnsɪŋ/

Translation of dancing in Spanish:


  • uncountable he loves dancing
    le encanta bailar
    her dancing is superb
    baila de maravilla
    (before noun) (instructor/lesson/shoes)
    de baile
    dancing partner
    pareja (masculine and feminine) de baile
    Example sentences
    • Activities and entertainment throughout the evening included a myriad of activities from classical Thai dancing to beer drinking contests.
    • The classes are in adult dancing, set dancing, ceilí and waltzing.
    • The classes bring to life the basics of music and dance, including choreographed movement and dancing, singing, instruments and musical guessing games.

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