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quickstep
American English: /ˈkwɪkˌstɛp/
British English: /ˈkwɪkstɛp/

Translation of quickstep in Spanish:

noun

  • quickstep (masculine)
    Example sentences
    • While an eight-piece orchestra will play waltzes, foxtrots, and quicksteps at the Atrium, the poolside will have a brand new band from Europe.
    • An excellent dance band is playing quicksteps to a large elegant room built for hundreds but tonight seating fewer than a dozen.
    • Rhythmically vigorous - as fiddle tunes and quicksteps are - with never a wasted note, it gets your body moving or your grin going.

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