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cotillion also: cotillon
American English: /kəˈtɪljən/
British English: /kəˈtɪljən/

Translation of cotillion in Spanish:

noun

  • (American English)
    Example sentences
    • The Knights' social functions - formal dinners, balls, and cotillions - also reflected members' aspirations toward middle-class refinement.
    • The old Society page, with its news of old-family weddings, cotillions, and charity balls, began everywhere to be replaced in newspapers by the Style page, a very different thing.
    • I've never been much for balls and cotillions though I have to attend them endlessly.

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