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gavotte
American English: /ɡəˈvɑt/
British English: /ɡəˈvɒt/

Translation of gavotte in Spanish:

noun

  • Example sentences
    • Despite the fact that her head was beginning to pound horridly, she determinedly held her head high and slowly danced the gavotte perfectly without letting the book fall.
    • Before the mid-17th century a gavotte usually followed a series of branles, a dance to which it was closely related, and was performed in a line or circle.
    • A group of dancers in period costumes will recreate baroque dances including a minuet and a gavotte.

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