Definition of baile in English:

baile

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Pronunciation: /ˈbʌɪleɪ
 
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noun

(In the south-western US and parts of Central and South America) a gathering for dancing.
More example sentences
  • Now, there are at least a dozen DJ crews with enormous speaker systems putting on more than 100 bailes every weekend.
  • The previous week, he left a baile in the early hours of the morning in his manager's car.
  • The baile is at the top of the hill, where a bend in the street has created a large-enough space between ramshackle brick homes.

Origin

Spanish, 'dance, dancing'.

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