Traducción de dancing en español:


baile, n.

Pronunciación /ˈdænsɪŋ/ /ˈdɑːnsɪŋ/

Ver definición en español de baile


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    baile masculino
    (instructor/lesson/shoes) (before noun) de baile
    he loves dancing le encanta bailar
    • her dancing is superb baila de maravilla
    • dancing partner pareja de baile
      compañero de baile
    • Activities and entertainment throughout the evening included a myriad of activities from classical Thai dancing to beer drinking contests.
    • The classes are in adult dancing, set dancing, ceilí and waltzing.
    • The classes bring to life the basics of music and dance, including choreographed movement and dancing, singing, instruments and musical guessing games.
    • If dancing is your game then Newbridge is your town as there are a large variety of dance troupes about the place.
    • Latin American dancing is a central activity at festivals and in local clubs.
    • Dancers competed in categories including ballet, tap, modern dancing and song and dance.
    • The Feria de Abril de Sevilla consists on a week long party in which eating, drinking and dancing are the main activities.
    • Often aerobic activity like walking or dancing will energize you and make sexual contact more appealing.
    • Her dancing redefines the term classical ballet not just for her generation, but forever.
    • Breaking all the rules of public dancing, the waltz scandalised polite society with its racy rhythms, generating a social revolution along the way.
    • They were a pleasure-loving people and enjoyed dancing, singing, and playing a ball game called hatos.
    • You can also watch the entertainment, with plate smashing, fire dancing and traditional dancing, too.
    • The guild had a busy year with set dancing, art classes and many other activities and hopes to entice new young members to join.
    • Irish dancing is a folk dance, a part of our culture.
    • After two whole hours the dinner was taken away and we were supposed to do some more light dancing and be entertained by some lady playing a harp.
    • The march ended at the Lawson Tama Stadium where the crowds were entertained with traditional dancing.
    • The £20 ticket includes dinner and dancing to the Tropicana Club Dance Orchestra.
    • Expect English National Ballet's technically brilliant dancing to bring an evening of pure pleasure.
    • Her eyes close, and she remembers the pleasure of dancing with him, their bodies completely in sync.
    • This ballet gives the corps plenty of dancing to do and I thought they all did it very well.
    • The screenings were preceded by traditional hula dancing and slack-key guitar music.
    • The afternoon started with the viewing of the Mayo Abbey heritage video, followed by dancing to the music of the Harvest Trio.
    • They can expect to see music from local bands as well as Irish dancing, line dancing and step dancing as part of the celebrations.
    • A full Christmas dinner will be served, followed by dancing to the music of Sound Affair.
    • Over the two day period there will be lots of entertainment, sports, dancing, music, and the festival will end with a gigantic open-air céilí.
    • Following the class at 9.45 pm there will be dancing to live music in the Bridge Bar.
    • The spirit of the music is buoyant and vital enough to inspire step dancing on a cold winter evening.
    • Sanjay's tryst with the world of music began during his school and college days, and grew out of his fondness for dancing and dance music.
    • We had flamenco dancing, traditional Irish music, ballads, jokes, you name it we did it.
    • The reception is a gala, cross-generational affair, with plenty of food, liquor, music, and dancing.
    • There will be music, dancing, masks, beads, coins, themed entertainers, parade floats, and much more.