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Translation of baile in English:

sustantivo masculino

  • 2 (de cifras, letras) See examples: hubo un baile de cifras
    the figures were changed around o inverted
  • 3 [familiar] (asunto) See examples: ¡en qué baile nos hemos metido!
    we've got ourselves into a right mess!
    yo no me meto en este baile
    I'm not getting involved in this business o in all this
    ya que estamos en el baile …
    while we're about it …
Example sentences
  • Pregón Los jóvenes lucieron atuendos de baile y danza.
  • Álex Kouri no quiere perder el paso de baile.
  • Pasó el huracán y hay un baile de libélulas y pájaros.

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