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disco-dance Syllabification: dis·co-dance

Definition of disco-dance in English:

verb

[no object]
Dance to pop music: girls disco-dancing in slow motion around their handbags
More example sentences
  • Dressed in a ceremonial Army uniform, the Prince's double disco-dances in the aisle.
  • Shadows disco-danced behind a white sheet, a fine visual addition to a sonically sumptuous show.
  • Does it seem a bit like watching your father disco-dancing at a family wedding?

Derivatives

disco dancer

1
noun
Example sentences
  • A great night is planned for all our disco dancers.
  • At the age of seven she won a national competition for disco dancers.
  • The video's not dated well, however, especially the crowd of ageing disco dancers.

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