Translation of baile in English:
nombre masculino/masculine noun
- 1 1.1 (acción) dancing los novios abrieron el baile the bride and groom started the dancing 1.2 (arte) dance el baile moderno/español modern/Spanish dance 1.3 (composición) dance un baile típico de Aragón a typical Aragonese dance 1.4 (fiesta) dance hubo un baile de gala there was a gala dance o/or ball 1.5 [anticuado] (sala) dance hall
baile de cañón
baile de disfraces
baile de máscaras
baile de salón
baile de San Vito
- el baile de San Vito St Vitus's dance, chorea [técnico/technical] parece que tienes el baile de San Vito [familiar/colloquial] you look as if you have St Vitus's dance o/or you can't stop fidgeting
baile de tubo
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