Definition of dance-off in English:

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A competition, or a round in a competition, in which a number of dancers compete against each other until a winner is declared: the dance-off will feature each couple performing Latin, ballroom, and freestyle
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  • To capture all the behind-the-scenes action, cameras follow the hot-stepping hopefuls from the first auditions right through to the spectacular dance-off.
  • The final climactic dance-off saw pairs of dancers leaping forward to 'show their strength'.
  • The party ended rather abruptly around 5.30 am when the dance-off got out of control.

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