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dance in Dance topic

dancedance2 ●●● S2 W3 verb  1 [intransitive, transitive]DANCE to move your feet and body in a way that matches the style and speed of music Come on, let’s dance.dance to They danced to Ruby Newman’s orchestra (=the orchestra was playing).dance with The bride danced with her father.dance a waltz/rumba/tango etc2 [intransitive, transitive] to dance in performances, especially in ballet He danced with the Boston Repertory Ballet. Nakamura dances several solos in this production.3 [intransitive]MOVE/CHANGE POSITION literary to move up, down, and around quickly Pink and white balloons danced in the wind.4 dance to somebody’s tune5 dance attendance on somebodydancing noun [uncountable] the beauty of her dancing→ See Verb table
Examples from the Corpus
danceEveryone got up and danced.Two or three couples began to dance.A party of enthusiasts danced a quadrille on a flat rock near the middle of the stream.I have an old photo of my parents dancing a waltz.She danced and danced, at one point passing by the funeral of the kind old woman.They dance off into the cosmos.He doesn't dance on his own for long.Nakamura danced several solos in the "Nutcracker Suite."The disco starts at 11pm so you can dance the night away.She only wanted him to go on dancing till he dropped.If you like dancing to drum and bass, come to the Coven on Saturday night.She had arrived with her parents some time ago but seemed to be dancing with a matador.Will you dance with me?She danced with the San Francisco Ballet for six years.They responded by dancing with their tongues tucked happily into their cheeks.dance toThe audience clapped, swayed, and danced to the music.