dancing

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İngilizce - Türkçe
{i} dans etme

O, bütün gece diskoda dans etmeye devam etti. - She kept dancing at the disco all night.

Tom'un canı dans etmek istedi. - Tom felt like dancing.

{i} dans

Her hafta Pazartesi ve Salı günleri piyano eğitimi, Çarşamba ve Cuma günleri dans. - Every week I study piano on Monday and Tuesday, and dancing on Wednesday and Friday.

Onlar müzik eşliğinde dans ediyorlardı. - They were dancing with the music.

dans (etme)
{f} danset

Onun canı dansetmek istedi. - She felt like dancing.

{i} oynama
dance
{f} dans etmek

Tom istemediği sürece Mary ile dans etmek zorunda değildir. - Tom doesn't have to dance with Mary unless he wants to.

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

dance
{i} dans

Jig, reel ve hornpipe en popüler İrlanda danslarıdır. - Jig, reel and hornpipe are the most popular irish dances.

Linda Meg kadar iyi dans edebilir. - Linda can dance as well as Meg.

dancing girl
dansçı kız
dancing girl
dansöz
dancing lesson
dans dersi
dancing master
dans öğretmeni
dancing roller
hareketli silindir
dancing bear
dans ayı
dancing eyes
dans eden gözler
dancing sticks
dans sopaları
dancing girl
(isim) dansçı kız
dancing roller
(Tekstil) rakkas silindir, rakkas vals, ayak uydurma valsi
dance
oynamak
dance
{i} balo

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.

Baloya gelmeme izin ver; Ben de dans etmek istiyorum. - Let me come to the ball; I, too, would like to dance.

belly dancing
oryantal dans
dance
{f} dans ettirmek
artistic dancing
artistik dans
clog dancing
klog dansı
country dancing
yerel dans
dance
eğlence

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

dance
dans etme

Ben güneşi sevmiyorum, yağmuru ve onun altında dans etmeyi seviyorum. - I don't like the sun, I prefer the rain and dance under it.

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

dance
{f} dans et

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

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

dance
danslı toplantı
folk dancing
halk dansı
gypsy dancing
çingene dansı
hawaiian dancing
hawai dansı
morris dancing
ingiliz köylü dansı
ritual dancing
dinsel tören dansı
tap dancing
step dansı
ballroom dancing
Salon dansı
ballroom dancing
balo salonu dans
competitive dancing
rekabetçi dans
country dancing
ülke dans
dance
danslar
folk dancing
Folklor oyunu, halk oyunu
go dancing
Dans
keen on dancing
dans meraklı
pole dancing
Kurulu bir direğe tutunarak yapılan striptiz dansı
pole dancing
Gece kulüplerinde bir direğe tutunarak yapılan striptiz dansı
pole dancing
pole dans
stage dancing
sahne dansı
to go dancing
Dans etmek
belly dancing
göbek atma, Oryantal dans
dance
{i} dans, raks, oyun
dance
{i} dans müziği

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

dance
(Tıp) Beyindeki bir lezyona bağlı olarak gelişen istemdışı düzensiz vücut hareketleri (Koredeki hareketler gibi)
dance
sıçramak
dance
dans ettir/dans et
dance
sıçratmak
dance
dance in attendance birinin etrafında dört dönmek
dance
{i} oyun

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

dance
danslı parti
dance
oynatmak
turkish folk dancing
türk halk dansları
would you like to go dancing
dans etmeye gitmek ister misiniz
would you like to go dancing
dans etmek ister misiniz
İngilizce - İngilizce
Describing something or someone that is currently in the act of dancing. (See entry at dance.)
Present participle of dance
The activity of dancing (see the verb dance)
{n} a moition of the feet by art or to music
taking a series of rhythmical steps (and movements) in time to music
{i} moving rhythmically to music
Something or someone that is currently in the act of dancing
from Dance
When people dance for enjoyment or to entertain others, you can refer to this activity as dancing. All the schools have music and dancing as part of the curriculum Let's go dancing tonight. dancing shoes
adance
dancing bologna
Generally useless animations and other dynamic content on a website
dancing girl
{i} term used for an East Indies woman who dances as a profession in temples or for amusing spectators
dancing master
person who teaches dancing
dancing partner
one of a pair of people who dance together
dancing saloon
large room where dances are held
dancing school
a school in which students learn to dance
dancing shoes
comfortable shoes worn for dancing
dancing steps
movements made in a dance
dad dancing
The making of embarrassing flamboyant dance moves to pop music by middle-aged men
dad-dancing
Alternative spelling of dad dancing
Cotswold morris dancing
A form of traditional morris dance originating in the Cotswold area of England, and performed by sets of 6 or 8 dancers in costume
all singing, all dancing
Having many features, options or extras; sometimes used ironically to imply that the added features are just gimmicks
angels dancing on the head of a pin
Arcane intellectual speculation

The issues Dr. Wolfensberger wrestles with and writes about are not intellectual discussions of angels dancing on the head of a pin.

angels-dancing-on-the-head-of-a-pin
Adjectival or attributive form of angels dancing on the head of a pin

Finally, there was an angels-dancing-on-the-head-of-a-pin argument about whether Dr Kelly worked “in” the MoD or “for” the MoD.

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.

dance
To leap or move rapidly with strong emotion

His eyes danced with pleasure as he spoke.

dance
A social gathering where dancing is designed to take place
dance
A fess that has been modified to zig-zag across the center of a coat of arms from dexter to sinister
dance
The art, profession, and study of dancing
dance
A sequence of rhythmic steps or movements performed to music, for pleasure or as a form of social interaction
dirty dancing
A morally unclean, indecent or sexually provocative style of dancing; a striptease
dirty dancing
An up close and personal style of dancing, often involving sexually provocative styles

The elderly woman was offended when she saw the young couple dirty dancing on the dance floor at the reception.

horizontal dancing
Sexual intercourse
ice dancing
A form of figure skating, performed by a man and a woman to the beat of music
lap dancing
Present participle of lap dance
morris dancing
The performance of a morris dance
slam dancing
Present participle of slam dance
slam dancing
A form of dancing, to punk rock music, in which the dancers deliberately collide with each other
square dancing
A type of dance in which eight dancers are arranged in a square as four couples, with a caller calling or singing out the movements that the dancers are to perform
dance
{v} to move by music, wait upon, put into motion
dance
{n} a musical motion, caper, hurry, pursuit
all-singing all-dancing
(deyim) Meaning: Full-featured, with many attributes. Origin: From the advertising posters used to promote the 1929 film Broadway Melody, which proclaimed the film to be 'All talking All singing All dancing'
pole dancing
Pole dancing is a form of dancing/gymnastics that takes muscular endurance and coordination as well as sensuality. It involves dancing sensually with a vertical pole and is often used in strip clubs and gentlemen's clubs, although more recently artistic pole dancing (Chinese poles) is used in cabaret/circus and stage performance in a non-erotic environment. In a strip club setting, pole dancing is often performed less gymnastically and combined with striptease, and/or lap dancing between performers. The dancer(s) may simply hold the pole, or use it to perform more athletic moves such as climbs, spins, and body inversions. Upper body and core strength are important to proficiency, which takes time to develop
Dance  
bile
aerobic dancing
type of exercise which involves rhythmic movement to music
all-dancing all-singing
an all-singing, all-dancing machine or system can do many things because it is so technically advanced - used humorously
all-singing all-dancing
If you describe something new as all-singing, all-dancing, you mean that it is very modern and advanced, with a lot of additional features; used especially to show that you think a lot of these features are silly or unnecessary. the executive's new all-singing, all-dancing website
ballet dancing
classical style of dance that uses pantomime and conventionalized movements to tell a story
ballroom dancing
Ballroom dancing is a type of dancing in which a man and a woman dance together using fixed sequences of steps and movements. a type of dancing that is done with a partner and has different steps for particular types of music, such as the waltz
ballroom dancing
type of classical dance for pairs
ballroom dancing
any of a variety of social dances performed by couples in a ballroom
belly dancing
dancing in a Middle Eastern style characterized by moving the stomach
break dancing
{i} dance style that originated in urban areas during the 1970s (usually includes acrobatic movements and intricate steps)
break dancing
a form of solo dancing that involves rapid acrobatic moves in which different parts of the body touch the ground; normally performed to the rhythm of rap music
country dancing
Country dancing is traditional dancing in which people dance in rows or circles. a traditional form of dance in which pairs of dancers move in rows and circles
dance
taking a series of rhythmical steps (and movements) in time to 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
If you dance somewhere, you move there lightly and quickly, usually because you are happy or excited. He danced off down the road
dance
A tune by which dancing is regulated, as the minuet, the waltz, the cotillon, etc
dance
an artistic form of nonverbal communication
dance
move in a graceful and rhythmical way; "The young girl danced into the room"
dance
Australian Dance Collection Directory of Resources
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
a party for social dancing
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
To move nimbly or merrily; to express pleasure by motion; to caper; to frisk; to skip about
dance
movement organized and accompanied by music
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 party of people assembled for dancing
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
skip, leap, or move up and down or sideways; "Dancing flames"; "The children danced with joy
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
To cause to dance, or move nimbly or merrily about, or up and down; to dandle
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
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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
1 light heartiness 2 joy 3 dancing around a problem instead of resolving it
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
chorea
dance
spell, magic, trick
dance
To toss an unplayable roll; in particular, to fail to reenter after having been hit
dance
Movement organized in time, space, and energy for the purpose of expression, communication, and personal satisfaction
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
Dance is the activity of performing dances, as a public entertainment or an art form. She loves dance, drama and music dance classes
dance
{i} rhythmic movement accompanied by music
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
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 genre of modern music characterised by sampled beats, repetitive rhythms and few lyrics
dance
skip, leap, or move up and down or sideways; "Dancing flames"; "The children danced with joy"
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
To roll a combination that cannot be played For example, rolling 66 from the bar when your opponent's 6 point is closed
folk dancing
a style of dancing that originated among ordinary people (not in the royal courts)
folk dancing
dancing originating from and passed down by the common people of a country or region
ice dancing
Sport in which ice-skating pairs perform to music routines similar to ballroom dances. Ice dancers are judged on the difficulty and originality of their dance steps, their interpretation of the music, and their timing and unison. Unlike figure skating, ice dancing does not allow movements of strength or technical skill (particularly overhead lifts, jumps, and spins of more than one-and-a-half rotations). It has been an Olympic event since 1976
lap dancing
Lap dancing is a type of entertainment in a bar or club in which a woman who is wearing very few clothes dances in a sexy way close to customers or sitting on their laps. + lap dancer lap dancers lap danc·er a club full of lap dancers. a type of dancing in which a young woman uses sexy movements and removes her clothes while sitting on a customer's lap in a nightclub dancer
line dancing
Line dancing is a style of dancing in which people move across the floor in a line, accompanied by country and western music. a type of dancing in which people dance in lines, all following the same series of steps
morris dancing
Morris dancing is a type of old English country dancing which is performed by people wearing special costumes. traditional English country dancing performed by men wearing white clothes decorated with small bells dancer
nude dancing
erotic dancing with little or no clothing
ritual dancing
a dance that is part of a religious ritual
slam dancing
a form of dancing in which dancers slam into one another; normally performed to punk rock
social dancing
dancing as part of a social occasion
square dancing
American country dancing in which couples form squares
square dancing
{i} square dance, American country dance for four couples who form a square; country dance in which dancers dance in pairs or sets to lively music played on fiddles and a caller who calls out the steps
stage dancing
a show involving artistic dancing
step dancing
dancing in which the steps are more important than gestures or postures
table dancing
Table dancing is a type of entertainment in a bar or club in which a woman who is wearing very few clothes dances in a sexy way close to a customer or group of customers. dancing with sexy movements that is performed close to a customer's table in a restaurant or nightclub
tap dancing
a dance step tapped out audibly with the feet
tap dancing
Tap dancing is a style of dancing in which the dancers wear special shoes with pieces of metal on the heels and toes. The shoes make loud sharp sounds as the dancers move their feet. dancing in which you wear shoes with pieces of metal on the bottom, which make a sound as you move dance dancer
toe dancing
a dance performed on tiptoe
dancing

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    dan·cing

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    dänsîng

    Telaffuz

    /ˈdansəɴɢ/ /ˈdænsɪŋ/

    Etimoloji

    [ dan(t)s, d[a]n(t)s ] (verb.) 14th century. Middle English dauncen, from Old French dancier.

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