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dance
{f} dans etmek

Tom ve Mary akşam boyunca sadece birbirleri ile dans etmek istediler. - Tom and Mary just wanted to dance with each other all evening.

Benimle dans etmek ister misin? - Would you like to dance with me?

dance
{i} dans

Linda şimdi çok dans etmiyor fakat eskiden çok dans ettiğini biliyorum. - Linda does not dance much now, but I know she used to a lot.

Benimle dans etmek ister misin? - Would you like to dance with me?

dance
oynamak
dance
{i} balo

O, lise mezuniyet balosunda onunla dans etti. - She danced with him at the high school prom.

Tom lise balosunda Mary ve sadece diğer üç kız ile dans etti. - Tom danced with Mary and only three other girls at the high school prom.

dance
{f} dans ettirmek
dancer
(Muzik) bale yapan erkek
dance
danslı toplantı
dance
eğlence

Dans etmeni izlemek eğlenceli. - It's fun to watch you dance.

dance
dans etme

Benimle dans etmek ister misin? - Would you like to dance with me?

Hiç kimse dans etmekten başka bir şey yapmadı. - No one did anything but dance.

dance
{f} dans et

Hepimiz tükenene kadar saatlerce müzik eşliğinde dans ettik. - We danced to the music for hours until we were all exhausted.

Benimle dans etmek ister misin? - Would you like to dance with me?

dancer
dansör
dancer
köçek
dancer
çengi
dancer
dansçı

Aoi çok iyi bir dansçıdır. - Aoi is a very good dancer.

Mary Evlenmeden önce, o bir dansçı idi. - Before Mary got married, she was a dancer.

dance
danslar
dancer
dansçılık
dance
{i} oyun

O birçok halk oyunu biliyor. - He knows many folk dances.

dance
(Tıp) Beyindeki bir lezyona bağlı olarak gelişen istemdışı düzensiz vücut hareketleri (Koredeki hareketler gibi)
dance
oynatmak
dance
danslı parti
dance
dans müziği

O bir dans müziği plağı aldı. - She has bought a record of dance music.

dance
sıçratmak
dance
dans ettir/dans et
dance
dance in attendance birinin etrafında dört dönmek
dance
sıçramak
dance
{i} dans, raks, oyun
dancer
ballet dancer balerin
dancer
dans eden kimse
dancer
{i} dansçı kız
dancer
{i} rakkas
dancer
belly dancer oriyantal dansöz
dancer
{i} dansöz

Leyla mükemmel bir dansözdü. - Layla was a hell of a dancer.

O bir oryantal dansöz. - She's a belly dancer.

dancer
danseden kimse
dancer
rakkase
İngilizce - İngilizce
plural of dancer
Sand Dancers
plural form of Sand Dancer
belly dancers
plural form of belly dancer
dance
To leap or move rapidly with strong emotion

His eyes danced with pleasure as he spoke.

dance
A fess that has been modified to zig-zag across the center of a coat of arms from dexter to sinister
dance
A sequence of rhythmic steps or movements performed to music, for pleasure or as a form of social interaction
dance
The art, profession, and study of dancing
dance
A social gathering where dancing is designed to take place
dance
To perform the steps to

Have you ever danced the tango?.

dance
To move with rhythmic steps or movements, especially in time to music

I danced with her all night long.

dancer
A stripper
dancer
A person who dances, performs (a) dance(s)
exotic dancers
plural form of exotic dancer
gandy dancers
plural form of gandy dancer
morris dancers
plural form of morris dancer
pole dancers
plural form of pole dancer
street dancers
plural form of street dancer
dance
{n} a musical motion, caper, hurry, pursuit
dance
{v} to move by music, wait upon, put into motion
dancer
{n} one who dances, one who cuts capers
Dance  
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dance
Australian Dance Collection Directory of Resources
dance
To cause to dance, or move nimbly or merrily about, or up and down; to dandle
dance
an artistic form of nonverbal communication a party for social dancing a party of people assembled for dancing move in a pattern; usually to musical accompaniment; do or perform a dance; "My husband and I like to dance at home to the radio"
dance
skip, leap, or move up and down or sideways; "Dancing flames"; "The children danced with joy
dance
a party of people assembled for dancing
dance
an artistic form of nonverbal communication
dance
taking a series of rhythmical steps (and movements) in time to music
dance
To roll a combination that cannot be played For example, rolling 66 from the bar when your opponent's 6 point is closed
dance
A tune by which dancing is regulated, as the minuet, the waltz, the cotillon, etc
dance
chorea
dance
When you dance with someone, the two of you take part in a dance together, as partners. You can also say that two people dance. It's a terrible thing when nobody wants to dance with you Shall we dance? He asked her to dance. Dance is also a noun. Come and have a dance with me
dance
If you dance a particular kind of dance, you do it or perform it. Then we put the music on, and we all danced the Charleston
dance
A dance is a social event where people dance with each other. the school dance
dance
to dance to someone's tune: see tune to make a song and dance about: see song and dance. Form of expression that uses bodily movements that are rhythmic, patterned (or sometimes improvised), and usually accompanied by music. One of the oldest art forms, dance is found in every culture and is performed for purposes ranging from the ceremonial, liturgical, and magical to the theatrical, social, and simply aesthetic. In Europe, tribal dances often evolved into folk dances, which became stylized in the social dances of the 16th-century European courts. Ballet developed from the court dances and became refined by innovations in choreography and technique. In the 20th century, modern dance introduced a new mode of expressive movement. See also allemande; ballroom dance; country dance; courante; gavotte; gigue; hula; jitterbug; ländler; mazurka; merengue; minuet; morris dance; pavane; polka; polonaise; quadrille; samba; sarabande; square dance; sword dance; tango; tap dance; waltz. ballroom dance country dance dance notation dance of death skeleton dance folk dance Ghost Dance modern dance Morris dance rain dance square dance sun dance swing dance sword dance tap dance ice dancing
dance
move in a graceful and rhythmical way; "The young girl danced into the room"
dance
To move nimbly or merrily; to express pleasure by motion; to caper; to frisk; to skip about
dance
The leaping, tripping, or measured stepping of one who dances; an amusement, in which the movements of the persons are regulated by art, in figures and in accord with music
dance
a party for social dancing
dance
n tari 2 vi menari (tari)
dance
{f} move rhythmically to music (often following pre-composed steps and movements); skip or bounce about in a dance-like manner; participate in a dance; cause to dance
dance
To toss an unplayable roll; in particular, to fail to reenter after having been hit
dance
If you say that something dances, you mean that it moves about, or seems to move about, lightly and quickly. Light danced on the surface of the water
dance
skip, leap, or move up and down or sideways; "Dancing flames"; "The children danced with joy"
dance
A genre of modern music characterised by sampled beats, repetitive rhythms and few lyrics
dance
in the Cycle of Dance the muse Terpsichore granted experience points in the gaming system of TSR Second Edition Dungeons and Dragons and ICE RoleMaster this unprecedented duality is one of the mysteries for characters to explore within the game theoretically all us sentient dragons are dancing up stories in a cave somewhere, and our powerful dances generate our characters to live out the dance-stories as their reality
dance
A dance is a particular series of graceful movements of your body and feet, which you usually do in time to music. Sometimes the people doing this dance hold brightly colored scarves She describes the tango as a very sexy dance
dance
movement organized and accompanied by music
dance
{i} rhythmic movement accompanied by music
dance
When you dance, you move your body and feet in a way which follows a rhythm, usually in time to music. Polly had never learned to dance I like to dance to the music on the radio
dance
A way of expressing emotions by movement There ar a wide variety of styles, forms, and techniques All dance is accompanied by some form of music
dance
move in a pattern; usually to musical accompaniment; do or perform a dance; "My husband and I like to dance at home to the radio"
dance
1 light heartiness 2 joy 3 dancing around a problem instead of resolving it
dance
Dance is the activity of performing dances, as a public entertainment or an art form. She loves dance, drama and music dance classes
dance
To move with measured steps, or to a musical accompaniment; to go through, either alone or in company with others, with a regulated succession of movements, (commonly) to the sound of music; to trip or leap rhythmically
dance
If you dance somewhere, you move there lightly and quickly, usually because you are happy or excited. He danced off down the road
dance
spell, magic, trick
dance
Movement organized in time, space, and energy for the purpose of expression, communication, and personal satisfaction
dancer
n penari (tari)
dancer
means a Performer who performs choreographed dancing, swimming or skating, either alone or with others
dancer
An exotic dancer
dancer
Pin bouncing end to end, or end over end (usually off to SIDEWALL)
dancer
a person who participates in a social gathering arranged for dancing (as a ball)
dancer
{i} person who dances
dancer
a performer who dances
dancer
A dancer is a person who earns money by dancing, or a person who is dancing. His previous girlfriend was a dancer with the Royal Ballet
dancer
a performer who dances a person who participates in a social gathering arranged for dancing (as a ball)
dancer
One who dances or who practices dancing
dancer
If you say that someone is a good dancer or a bad dancer, you are saying how well or badly they can dance. He was the best dancer in LA
dancer
A person who dances
dancers

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    /ˈdansərz/ /ˈdænsɜrz/

    Etimoloji

    [ 'dan(t)s, 'd[a']n(t)s ] (verb.) 14th century. Middle English dauncen, from Old French dancier.

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