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Sens de "dance" dans le Dictionnaire Espagnol-Anglais : 61 résultat(s)

Anglais Espagnol
Common
dance danza [f]
dance bailar [v]
dance danzar [v]
General
dance bailongo [adj]
dance baile [m]
dance bailonga [adj/f]
dance saltación [f]
dance tripudiar [v]
dance danzado [m]
dance tripudio [m]
dance cumbancha [f] MX PA CU DO
dance cumbanchá [f] CU DO
dance runga [f] HN
dance bailar vals [v]
dance valsar [v]
dance menear el bote [v]
dance agitarse [v]
dance moverse [v]
dance bailetear [v] CU
dance guarachar [v] PR
dance guarachear [v] PR
dance pachuquear [v] SV
dance sandunguear [v] HN NI
dance danzario [adj]
dance calducho [m] CL disused
dance caitazo [m] HN
dance xuc [m] SV rur.
dance brincar [v]
dance hadar [v]
dance saltar [v]
dance hacer bailar [v]
dance hacer saltar [v]
Colloquial
dance bailonguear [v] CL PY
dance ralear [v] CU
dance vacilar [v] GT
dance vacilar [v] DO CL teen
dance bailongueo [m] PE CL rare
dance dancing (inglés) [m] PA BO
dance dancing (voz inglesa) [m] NI EC rare
dance azotar baldosa [loc/v] CO
Idioms
dance mover el esqueleto [v]
dance menear el esqueleto [v]
dance mover el caite [v] HN
dance botarse de bailador [v] CU
dance echar un pie [v] CU PR VE
dance menear el bote [v] MX NI
dance menear el tambo [v] MX
dance mover el bote [v] MX SV NI
dance mover el caite [v] HN rur.
dance mover el cubo [v] MX
dance mover las tabas [v] BO AR UY
dance rayar el suelo [v] VE teen
dance rayar el suelo [v] VE teen
dance sacudir las tabas [v] AR disused
dance sacudir las tabas [v] UY
dance tirar cintura [v] PE
dance tirar ritmo [v] PE
dance azotar baldosa [loc/v] CO
Slang
dance tonear [v] PE
Construction
dance oscilar [v]
dance oscilar [v]

Sens de "dance" avec d'autres termes dans le Dictionnaire Anglais-Espagnol : 500 résultat(s)

Anglais Espagnol
Common
salsa (a type of dance) salsa [f]
flamenco (dance) flamenco [m]
General
cuban dance pachanga [f]
argentinian folk dance chacarera [f]
colombian dance music cumbia [f]
gipsy dance zambra [f]
gypsy dance [us] zambra [f]
folk dance guaracha [f]
dance flamenco bailar flamenco [v]
dance about bailotear [v]
tap-dance zapatear [v]
dance number bailable [m]
dance hall bailadero [m]
dance floor bailadero [m]
dance troupe ballet [m]
tap dance zapateado [m]
square dance cuadrilla [f]
tap dance claqué [m]
ancient spanish dance of german or flemish origin alemana [f]
kind of court dance alta [f]
country dance charrada [f]
negro dance chica [f] AMER
indian dance cachúa [f] PE EC BO
andalusian dance and song in triple measure cachucha [f]
a movement in the spanish dance contenencia [f]
graceful bow in a dance continencia [f]
step in a spanish dance deshecha [f]
an old spanish dance dama [f]
a slow dance and its tune danza [f] CU PR
popular creole dance calinda [f] CU
dance accompanied by a chorus corea [f]
andalusian song and dance corralero [f]
cossack dance cosaca [f]
song and dance carola [f]
rapid movement in a spanish dance carrerilla [f]
old spanish dance and song chacona [f]
a spanish dance chamberga [f]
ancient dance guimbarda [f]
slow cuban dance and song habanera [f]
spanish dance and music gallarda [f]
galician dance and its tune gallegada [f]
ancient spanish dance españoleta [f]
popular dance in asturias giraldilla [f]
kind of dance with castanets folia [f]
type of popular song and dance jácara [f]
jig (dance and tune) jiga [f]
aragonese and yalencian dance and tune jota [f]
kind of spanish clog-dance guaracha [f] CU PR
spanish dance mariona [f]
nocturnal moorish dance leila [f]
popular dance milonga [f] AR
step in an ancient spanish dance retirada [f]
kind of country dance paisana [f]
morris dance mojiganga [f]
kind of dance palmadica [f]
popular song and dance of ronda rondeña [f]
popular dance of galicia muñeira [f]
kind of dance pataletilla [f]
ancient popular dance sajuriana [f] CL AR PE UY
andalusian dance performed at christmas tumba [f]
an ancient spanish song and dance villanesca [f]
a popular dance sanguaraña [f] PE
national catalonian dance sardana [f]
an ancient spanish dance tárraga [f]
indian folksong and dance zamacueca [f] CL PE
indian folksong and dance cueca [f] SA
kind of dance palmadilla [f]
kind of dance palmadita [f]
dance frequently and ungracefully bailotear [v]
dance the polka polcar [v] rare
dance the polka bailar la polca [v]
popular song and dance of the caribbean areito [m]
spanish dance caballero [m]
farewell supper and dance cacharpari [m] PE
schottische (dance) chotis [m]
dance step/setting balance [m]
dance-band instrument chucho [m] CO
tune and dance cielito [m] AR UY
a folk-dance bambuco [m] CO
a slow dance and its tune danzón [m] CU
bending movement in a spanish dance cimbrado [m]
indian dog-dance caluyo [m] BO
popular dance without song calladito [m] CL
rowdy dance batuque [m]
dance originally performed in the canary islands canario [m]
canean (dance) cancán [m]
ancient rustic dance candamo [m]
coarse negro dance candombe [m] AMER
children's round dance corro [m]
cotillion (dance) cotillón [m]
popular spanish dance and song bolero [m]
popular dance cariaco [m]
an old spanish dance bran de inglaterra [m]
step in a spanish dance doble [m]
negro dance and tune cumbé [m]
popular dance and music congo [m] CU
low class dance changüí [m] CU
negro dance guineo [m]
leader of a dance guión [m]
gourd used as an instrument to accompany dance music güiro [m] ANT CR MX
popular air and dance galerón [m] CO VE
hungarian dance galop [m]
a spanish dance with castanets fandango [m]
music for this dance fandango [m]
gipsy dance garrotín [m]
popular dance and its music gato [m] AR UY
indian dance huayno [m] PE CL AR
andalusian dance jaleo [m]
popular indian dance jaracolito [m] PE
licentious feast and dance jorco [m] rur. rare
country dance guateque [m] AMER
grotesque dance matachín [m]
quadrille dance pericón [m] AR
old spanish song and dance pésamedello [m]
andalusian dance ole [m]
indian dance mitote [m] AMER
an old-fashioned dance molinete [m]
rustic dance paloteado [m]
step in a spanish dance rey [m]
kind of dance paspié [m]
children's dance manseque [m] CL
a spanish song and dance trípili [m]
an ancient dance saltarelo [m]
an old spanish melody and dance villano [m]
ancient spanish dance turdión [m]
popular dance tango [m]
ancient dance torneo [m]
andalusian folksong and dance vito [m]
informal/family dance saragüete [m]
informal dance sarao [m]
popular dance, kind of zapateado seis [m] PR
one of the six choirboys who sing and dance in some cathedrals seise [m]
ancient dance zambapalo [m]
spanish tap dance zapateado [m]
a merry folksong and dance zarambeque [m]
folksong and dance (andalusia) zorongo [m]
basque folk song and dance zorcico [m]
a licentious dance of the 18th cent sueño [m]
dancer of country-dance contradancista [m/f]
ancient castilian dance folijones [m/pl]
lancers (music and dance) lanceros [m/pl]
kind of dance panaderos [m/pl]
a merry spanish tune and dance seguidillas [f/pl]
sevillan air and dance sevillanas [f/pl]
song and dance alharaca (árabe) [f] rare
dance class alta [f]
song and dance alharacas (árabe) [f/pl]
popular dance from argentina and uruguay zamba [f]
a type of dance jarana [f]
argentinian dance and music milonga [f]
type of gypsy dance zambra [f]
andalusian song and dance soledad [f]
traditional spanish dance seguidilla [f]
aragonese typical dance jota [f]
galician folk dance muñeira [f]
andalusian dance sevillana [f]
catalan folk dance and music sardana [f]
small dance band orquestina [f]
latin american dance and music bamba [f]
dance and music from cuba habanera [f]
colombian dance and music cumbia [f]
a latin american dance bamba [f]
salsa (dance type) salsa [f]
gypsy dance zambra [f]
dedicated area/space (dance floor/tennis court) pista [f]
part (golpe) of a joropo dance guacharaca  [f] CO VE
dance party organized by wealthy people asamblea [f] VE
belly dance music música de danza del vientre [f]
belly-dance music música de danza del vientre [f]
belly-dance danza del vientre [f]
barn dance fiesta de baile popular [f]
a dance cultivated in its origins by black slaves agua de nieve [f] PE disused
batucada dance party batucada [f] AR:Nw
batucada dance party batucada [f] CL
the burgos sword dance cadena [f] PR
dance rhythm played by this set of instruments cajada [f] PE
cheerful, erotic and ceremonial andean dance cajcha [f] PE
afro-cuban dance caliga [f] CU
a popular dance and music from dominican republic bachata [f] GT HN NI CR PA CU DO PR VE EC
a popular dance and festival bachata [f] CU DO PR
a popular dance of dominican origin bachita [f] CU
popular dance from guanacaste (province of costa rica) botijuela [f] CR
chotan black dance bomba [f] EC:Nw
aimara and quechua folk dance antawara [f] BO
braided cord used to dance trompo cabuya [f] DO PR
inca dance in which masked men in brightly colored outfits simulate a conflict using whips cachampa [f] PE
dance enthusiast bailadora [f] HN NI CU DO PR CO CL UY
facilities where people can dance and listen to cumbia bailante [f] AR
folk dance that represents the aymara spinners and weavers kullahuada [f] BO:W
traditional folk dance performed by young women and that forms part of the ritual dances dedicated to the virgin mary cullaca [f] CL
young woman who participates in this dance cullaca [f] CL
folk dance that represents the aymara spinners and weavers cullahuada [f] BO
traditional dance accompanied by the musical composition of the same name cueca [f] AR UY
traditional dance that symbolizes the different stages of a romance, in which dancers quickly search for and dodge each other cueca [f] BO CL
dance similar to cumbia that is danced to the accordion and the flauta de millo woodwind instrument cumbiamba [f] CO:N
panamanian folk dance curacha [f] PA
popular dance cuyaya [f] DO
familiar dance charanga [f] MX CO
type of guaracha popular dance that was at its height in cuba during the 70s guapachá [f] CU
afro-american dance danza afroamericana [f]
dance by couples that trace figures as they dance together cuadrilla [f] MX VE PE BO
public establishment where young people dance and listen to music confitería bailable [f] AR
apache dance danza apache [f]
apache devil dance danza apache del diablo [f]
barn dance fiesta con música y baile en un granero [f]
barn dance peña [f] CL AR
tango dance move lustrada [f] AR UY
person who likes to listen to or dance merengue merenguera [f] NI PA DO PR
dance hall milonga [f] AR
used in the dance of the negritos pastorina [f] PE:C rur.
dance performed by a man and a woman who dance closely and move their hips perreada [f] HN teen
popular music and dance of puerto rico plena [f] PR
four-line stanza recited by dance couples in certain traditional dances relación [f] PY AR UY
salsa dance club salsoteca [f] EC CL
children's round dance ronda catonga [f] AR UY
rhythm for the bomb dance sicá [f] PR
variant of salsa music and dance timba [f] CU
person who likes to listen to and dance to typical music tipiquera [f] PA derog.
tango dance hall tanguería [f] CL
dance rumba rumbear [v] CU
dance around bailotear [v]
ask someone to dance sacar a bailar a alguien [v]
dance all night bailar toda la noche [v]
dance a waltz bailar un vals [v]
dance with the same couple all night long abandonarse [v] SV
dance very close to each other (a couple) afincarse [v] PR
dance to the rhythm of the music played by a carnival troupe arrollar [v] CU
dance while swinging the hips arrollar [v] CU
dance with the same person during a party abandonarse [v] SV
tune the voice for singing a song that accompanies a typical dance from panama called "tamborito" (in which a circle made up by different couples surrounds a couple that dances in the center) asolearse [v] PA
dance the bambuco folk dance bambuquear [v] CU DO PR CO VE
ask somebody to dance pedir un baile [v]
dance with somebody caitear [v] HN
go out dance, drink alcohol and have fun bacanalear [v] NI
get together to dance amanojarse [v] PA rur.
dance merengue amerengarse [v] PR
dance the cachaca cachaquear [v] PY
dance the bunde (colombian folk dance) bundear [v] PA
dance with one person for a long time abonarse [v] GT HN SV rur.
do a dance bailar [v]
do belly dance hacer la danza del vientre [v]
do a dance hacer un bailoteo [v]
do a dance danzar [v]
dance moving one's hips wildly descoyuntarse [v] CU
swing from each others' arms (dance partners) cubanearse [v] DO
dance or interpret a cueca traditional dance cuequear [v] BO CL
dance provocatively moving the buttocks, especially to reggaeton music culear (del inglés to cool) [v] PR
dance to reggaeton chambonear [v] PR teen
dance with an orchestra charanguear [v] CU
dance (spinning top) espinear (inglés spin) [v] US
chaperon a dance cenar [v] PA rur.
zapateo dance malambear [v] AR UY
dance the malambo malambear [v] AR UY
dance merengue merengar [v] PR
sit out a dance pavear [v] SV NI
dance closely and moving their hips together perrear [v] HN CR DO PR teen
dance closely and moving their hips together perrear [v] PE
sing or dance reggaeton reguetonear [v] CU
dance samba sambar [v] PY
dance about zangolotear [v] DO CL UY
dance zamba zambear [v] AR:Nw UY
dance the waltz valsear [v] MX NI PR VE BO CL PY
dance tango tanguear [v] CU EC PE BO AR UY
dance the seis valsear [v] MX NI PR VE BO CL PY
dance [attributive] bailongo [adj]
relating to a dance, revelry, or fun cumbanchero [adj] NI CU
relating to the cueca traditional dance cuequero [adj] BO CL
very lively (music/dance) chilena [adj] EC
pertaining to the joropo dance joropero [adj] CO
specialized in playing plenas popular music and dance of puerto rico plenero [adj] PR
singing plenas popular music and dance of puerto rico plenero [adj] PR
dance music tonero [adj] PE teen
expresses the beginning of the dance after a brief instrumental introduction ¡adentro! [interj] BO
it expresses the order to start the pericón (traditional dance) ¡adentro! [interj] UY
expressing the order to stop dancing for a while during the cueca traditional andean dance so that the dancing partners can have a drink while interlocking their arms ¡aro! [interj] BO
slow dance agarrado [m]
basque dance and music zorcico [m]
popular mexican dance jarabe [m]
a ballroom dance vals [m]
formal dance baile [m]
folk dance bailecito [m]
funky (music/dance) funky [m]
tango (ballroom dance) tango [m]
mexicon indigenous dance mitote [m]
dance hall dancing [m]
uruguayan dance cielito [m]
a traditional dance of asturias pericote [m]
body closeness between a couple (in a ballroom dance) afinque [m] PR
afro-peruvian dance where the men hold a candle they use to try to burn a ribbon the women wear alcatraz [m] PE
dance to lively music where the couples are joined only by the arms, which are extended and intertwined in order to form elegant and provocative poses alza que te han visto [m] EC
the traditional dance of venezuela and colombia joropo [m] CO VE
part of a joropo dance festival golpe [m] CO VE
part/mode of joropo (venezuelan dance) pasaje [m] CO VE
break dance break dance [m]
popular song and dance passed down from the ancient antilleans and centroamericans (found today in folkloric ballet) areyto [m] MX NI DO PR
surprise visit to a house during the christmas holidays with musical instruments in order to dance and sing asalto [m] CU PR
surprise visit to a house during the carnaval holidays with musical instruments in order to dance and sing asalto [m] UY
popular song and dance passed down from the ancient antilleans and centroamericans (found today in folkloric ballet) areito [m] MX NI DO PR
popular song and dance passed down from the ancient antilleans and centroamericans (found today in folkloric ballet) areíto [m] CU
indigenous dance performed to the music of kettledrum or tabor atabal [m] CU
competition of folkloric dances in which two people or groups dance face to face atipanacuy [m] PE
popular dance from the colonial period that ridicules the spaniard colonist (danced by men dressed in formal clothing, big hats made from woven straw and masks with long, white beards) auquis [m] BO
popular dance from the colonial period that ridicules the spaniard colonist (danced by men dressed in formal clothing, big hats made from woven straw and masks with long, white beards) auqui [m] BO
character that performs the auqui dance auquis [m] BO
dancer who performs a folkloric dance with a shotgun and dressed in rags in remembrance of a military heroic deed of the war of the pacific avelino [m] PE
dance ritual in honor of a deceased person banco [m] DO
display of flags or banners waving to the rhythm of a drum and flute during a dance bandereo [m] HN NI DO
folk dance performed in pairs (whose movements imitate the conquest of the woman by the male) bambuco [m] EC:Ne
music accompanying the bambuco folk dance bambuco [m] CO VE
music accompanying the bambuco folk dance bambuco [m] EC:Ne
colombian folk dance bambuco [m] CO VE
music and dance of afro-dominican folklore bambulá [m] DO
ancient african dance bembé [m] CU
ancient african dance bembé de potencias [m] PR
traditional dance of the andean region caluyo [m] BO AR:Nw
an traditional dance of the andean region callahuaya [m] BO
one of the modalities of the dance of tap-dancing callao [m] DO
a traditional funerary dance in which dancers are dressed in black and wear bird feathers ayarachi [m] PE
someone's enthusiastic dance brimbrán [m] DO
informal and very fast dance brincoteo [m] MX HN NI PR
traditional dance from ecuador amor fino [m] EC:W
very lively and energetic street dance amorfino [m] EC:W
meeting of players and dancers to perform the bomba dance bombazo [m] PR
dance held for someone who is about to take a trip cacharpari [m] PE rur.
music accompanying the cashua dance cashua [m] PE
regional dance from darien similar to the tamborito bullarengue [m] PA
regional dance from darien similar to the tamborito bullerengue [m] PA
dance popular in northern chile that is danced by a couple using a handkerchief and which simulates a courting ritual cachimbo [m] CL
folk dance mixing different popular rhythms (typical of the colombian andes) bunde [m] CO
dance performed in darién in the east of panama, at christmas time bunde [m] PA
music accompanying the cashua dance cachua [m] BO PE rur.
collective andean dance that includes soft and short tapping and was originally performed in the round during harvest in prehispanic times cachua [m] BO PE rur.
very animated and happy popular dance cachullapi [m] EC
dance performed with the same partner over an extended period of time abono [m] GT HN
dance enthusiast bailador [m] HN NI CU DO PR CO CL UY
a dance competition among couples with a charitable purpose bailatón [m] CL rare
a dance celebrated on st. andrew's day, with women dressed in white and their hair powdered with talcum to make it white baile blanco [m] DO
a rhythmic dance of african origin that gets this name from the bass or kettle drum, the only instrument with which its music is made baile de bomba [m] PR
a dance with paid tickets baile contribución [m] CU DO PR
a typical dance from the region of san juan de maguana, in which a circle of bottles is placed around dancers baile de la botella [m] DO
a dance to the music of a drum baile de jinca [m] VE rare
a dance in which participants have to pay an anticipated fee baile de guante [m] GT
a folkloric dance in which a woman runs after a man until he falls or escapes and the turn is given to someone else baile de la chicha maya [m] CO
a traditional dance by garifuna dancers performed on the holy saturday to the music of wind instruments and shells baile de las tiras [m] HN:N
an old dance made up of several dances performed around a snake made from several materials baile de la culebra [m] DO disused
a theater performance with music, dance and poetic texts of politic and religious nature between two groups of performers (one represents spanish colonizers and the other, the black, represent the indigenous people) baile de los diablitos [m] HN:C NI
a theater performance with music, dance and poetic texts of politic and religious nature between two groups of performers (one represents spanish colonizers and the other, the black, represent the indigenous people) baile de moros y cristianos [m] GT HN NI
a variety of the carabiné dance, with the tip of the toe baile del soldado [m] DO
a dance performed by a person dressed in black, with a wooden mask with a big mustache, a whip on his/her right hand and a stuffed iguana on his/her left hand, dancing with flute music and to the rhythm of a drum, in honor of st. matthew baile del garrobo [m] HN:W
a dance performed during the celebration of the "guancasco" between gracias and mejicapa, which is an annual festivity of the patron saints of such two neighbor towns as a sign of friendship baile del encierro [m] HN:W
a dance performed around a hat placed on the floor baile del sombrero [m] DO
the music and the singing of a dance with this name, to the rhythm of the charango or guitar, bombo and quena typical of the bolivian andean region bailecito [m] BO AR:Nw
the music and the singing of a dance with this name bailecito de la tierra [m] BO
a folkloric dance in which the couple dances loosely with kerchiefs and tapping to the rhythm of the music bailecito [m] BO AR:Nw
dance scene bailable [m] AR:Ne
dance hall bailable [m] AR:Ne
a dance competition among couples with a charitable purpose bailetón [m] PE CL
hat dance baile del sombrero [m] DO
a folkloric dance in which the couple dances loosely with kerchiefs and tapping to the rhythm of the music bailecito de la tierra [m] BO
a place where people dance bailable [m] AR:Ne
dance of black people and music for this dance caracumbé [m] DO
dance of black people and music for this dance cumbé [m] DO
dance with one or several cueca traditional dances cuequeo [m] CL
loud and disordered popular dance charrango [m] HN derog.
typical dance carried out between a couple where the partners alternate between dancing together and independently, moving forward and backward in agile and strong movements currulao [m] CO
music that accompanies currulao dance currulao [m] CO
god in the yoruba religion that represents thunder, justice, virility, dance, and fire in santeria ceremonies changó [m] NI DO PR
farcical character who presides over the dance of the morenos or choquelas cusillo [m] BO
general dance changüí [m] CU
cheap dance hall chispero [m] CR disused
indigenous folk dance in which dancers hold a bow and arrows and play with them to the sound of music as a part of the choreography chuncho [m] BO:C,W
man leading a religious dance caporal [m] CL:N
merengue dance style chivo de samaná [m] PR
merengue dance style chivo florete [m] PR
merengue dance style chivo florete [m] PR
circle dance fandango [m] CO
typical dance performed in pairs in a circle moving clockwise to the beat of a band fandango [m] CO
chain dance fandango [m] CO
string used to make a spinning top dance caricón [m] VE
deity who enjoys great prestige in santo domingo, has a fire symbol, red color and likes rum, tobacco and dance candeló [m] DO
dance hall dance related to the gavotte and minuet, accompanied by music with two parts fast and slow cuando [m] AR
house party where guests eat, drink, and dance huateque [m] MX
barn dance baile en un granero [m]
barn dance baile folclórico [m]
barn dance baile campesino [m]
barn dance baile popular [m]
traditional dance consisting of a continuous swinging of couples jamaqueyo [m] NI:N
farcical character who presides over the dance of the morenos, choquelas, and suri sicuris kusillo [m] BO
rockers dance consisting of jumping, headbanging, and slamming into each other mosh [m] EC child
dance combining cumbia and merengue merecumbé [m] NI CO EC
music combining cumbia and merengue that accompanies this dance merecumbé [m] NI CO EC
round dance merecumbé [m] HN child
person who likes to listen to or dance merengue merenguero [m] NI PA DO PR
crowded dance party parrandón [m] GT
ritual dance leader pajaritero [m] NI
dance partner parejo [m] PA PR CO
dance partner parejo [m] VE rur.
dance performed by a man and a woman who dance closely and move their hips perreo [m] PR EC PY teen
dance performed by a man and a woman who dance closely and move their hips perreo [m] DO PE
man dressed with feathers and pendants in religious festivals who dance before images in processions samilante [m] AR:Nw
dance hall rumbeadero [m] CO
people gathered together to dance rumbón [m] PR
improvised dance floor templete [m] VE
dance about zangoloteo [m] CL UY
person who likes to listen to and dance to typical music tipiquero [m] PA derog.
aire de mejorana, lively song and dance zapatero [m] PA
dance by performers dressed in red and black stripes and a devil mask toletón [m] PA
crown decorated with feathers used by the moxo indigenous people when participating in the macheteros dance tontochi [m] BO:E
music that accompanies this dance tamborito [m] PA
masked man who participates in the typical dance of cacaopera tapojiado [m] SV
(dance) performer intérprete [m/f]
an autochthonous dance from the andean region in which the grazing of lama glamas is imitated with some movements and dressing awatiris [m/pl] BO
people disguised as devils who dance in the christian festival of corpus christi cucúas [m/pl] PA
gymnastic dance movements where swords are brandished turcos [m/pl] PE
andalusian song and dance bulerías [f/pl]
traditional music and dance typical of seville sevillanas [f/pl]
sing a few lines of the song that accompanies the "tamborito" dance from panama (for a person of the choir) asolear de solo [loc/v] PA
a slow dance un baile lento
dance academy academia de baile
aerial dance danza aérea
pole dance baile del caño
pole dance baile del tubo
pole dance baile en tubo
ballroom dance baile de salón
belly dance danza del vientre
type of dance danza del vientre
dance floor pista de baile
belly dance danza de vientre
mating dance baile de cortejo
dance center centro de baile
country dance contradanza [f]
dance attendance obsequiar [v]
lead one a dance traer a uno al retortero [v]
dance attendance estar de plantón [v]
clog-dance baile de zuecos [m]
tap-dance zapateado [m]
tap-dance claqué [m]
Colloquial
the performance of rhythmic movements in a dance bailada [f] MX HN NI DO VE PE CL
a short dance bailadita [f] GT NI DO PR CO VE
continuous and prolonged dance bailoteada [f] CO CL rare
continuous and prolonged dance bailadera [f] GT HN NI DO CO VE EC
informal party at which guests typically dance and drink festichola (italiano) [f] AR UY
an old open position dance, danced with a handkerchief condición [f] AR
set of cheerful songs to dance to at the end of a party ensaladilla [f] BO
popular dance reenacting the return of soldiers after the peruvian war of independence palla palla [f] PE:E
woman not asked to dance at a party planchadora [f] BO:W
dance group tahuampa [f] PE:E
lead someone a dance dejar a alguien mullido [v]
dance attendance hacer antesala [v]
dance in family or popular gatherings bailonguear [v] BO PY
dance any popular dance candombear [v] AR UY
dance merengue merenguearse [v] DO PR
it expresses that the dance should be interrupted to say the stanza (folkloric dance) ¡bomba! [interj] CR PR
dance club boliche [m] BO CL PY AR UY
slow music and dance, with the couple close together apampichado [m] DO VE
dance held for someone who is about to take a trip cacharpari [m] BO:W,S
a popular dance in general baile de tierra [m] CL
dance with sensual movements dembow (voz inglesa) [m] PR teen
popular music and dance in which couples twirl and dance to a fast beat guaino [m] PE rare
popular music and dance in which couples twirl and dance to a fast beat guaino [m] CL
popular music and dance in which couples twirl and dance to a fast beat huaino [m] CL
public popular festival in which participants wear costumes, dance, and walk through the streets convite [m] GT BO
character in the torito dance wearing a black mask with a human face with a pair of white eyes, which is fastened to the head by a kind of cap formed with hair, ending in a bow japutuqui [m] BO:N,E
party or informal meeting where people come to dance motivito [m] CU
dance step ratoncito [m] PA rur.
slow dance agarrado [m]
person belonging to a brotherhood of popular dancers who wear a turban and dance in front of religious images during festivities turbante [m/f] CL
I already know this song and dance te conozco mascarita [expr] MX HN CU VE BO PY AR UY
invite someone to dance pedir una palomita [loc/v] CO VE
a song and dance un largo pretexto
a song and dance una excusa intrincada
a song and dance una larga evasiva
a song and dance una larga excusa
get up and dance levántate y baila
crowded dance floor pista de baile muy concurrida
dance with me baila conmigo
Phrasals
dance with someone bailar con alguien [v]
Phrases
lead out for a dance sacar a bailar [v]
dance with the one that brung you no cambiar de caballo a mitad del río
dance with the one that brung you baila con el que te invitó a la fiesta
Idioms
dance around the truth andar con rodeos [v]
dance the night away bailar toda la noche [v]
dance to the tune of someone bailar al compás de la música de alguien [v]
dance to someone’s tune bailar al compás de la música de alguien [v]
dance to anaother tune cambiar de chaqueta [v]
dance to anaother tune cambiar la chaqueta [v]
dance to anaother tune cambiar de camisa [v]
dance to anaother tune cambiar la camisa [v]
dance to anaother tune cambiarse de chaqueta [v]
dance to anaother tune cambiarse la chaqueta [v]
dance to anaother tune cambiarse de camisa [v]
dance to anaother tune cambiarse la camisa [v]
dance to anaother tune volver la chaqueta [v]
dance to another tune ser un chaquetero [v]
dance to a different tune cambiar la chaqueta [v]
dance to a different tune cambiar de camisa [v]
dance to a different tune cambiar la camisa [v]
dance to a different tune cambiarse de chaqueta [v]
dance to a different tune cambiarse la chaqueta [v]
dance to a different tune cambiarse de camisa [v]