Mover el cuerpo y las extremidades con ritmo siguiendo el compás de una pieza musical:
to be a good dancer, dance very well
to dance closely, dance cheek to cheek
to dancewithout holding on to one's partner, as at a discotheque
to danceholding on to one's partner
to dance without holding on to one's partner
to go out dancing
Adular, halagar o dar siempre la razón a una persona para resultarle simpático.
never in a million years!
to bend over backward(s)
he asked her to dance
to tango/waltz, to dance a tango/waltz
Bailar con gracia y agilidad.
I always get the short end of the stick
he's hopeless at dancing
do you want to dance? — later
to ask somebody to dance
he moves very well on the dance floor, he's a good dancer
to dance to the (sound of the) music
we're going dancing, do you want to come along?
Acomodar [una persona] su conducta a los tiempos y circunstancias.
I saw her dance in London years ago
come on, don't be shy, get up and dance!
you really are hopeless at dancing
he's such a jerk he didn't even ask her to dance
he has decided to give up dancing permanently
I can't dance — it doesn't matter, I'll lead
we're going dancing tonight — I'm game
isn't it amazing? he still goes out dancing at his age
your cousin has two left feet