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reel in Dance topic

ldoce_282_creelreel2 noun [countable]  1 a) DTa round object onto which film, wire, a special string for fishing etc can be wound a cotton reel a fishing rod and reel b) DTthe amount that one of these objects will hold a reel of film2 AMFone of the parts of a cinema film that is contained on a reel the final reel3 APDa quick folk dance, especially one from Scotland or Ireland, or the music for this
Examples from the Corpus
reelHe rose to his feet and struck up a reel.a scene from the final reel of "High Noon"Audio Masters Providing recordings of approximately 10 hours' duration on open reel tape.And never does he mention a brand of rod, reel or line.Carey's reel clicked slowly, then stopped.He nodded without taking his eyes from the spiked reel rolling below him.Reels: A freshwater spinning reel with 6-pound-test line for the bait unit.His descriptions of everything from lures to reels to fish finders read like they are straight out of a company press release.