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Topic: DANCE


waltz

2 verb
     
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1 [intransitive]APD to dance a waltz:
They waltzed elegantly around the dance floor.
2 [intransitive always + adverb/preposition] informal to walk somewhere calmly and confidently - used to show disapproval
waltz in/into/up to
Jeff just waltzed up to the bar and helped himself to a drink.
She can't waltz in here and start making changes.

waltz off with something

phrasal verb
to take something without permission or without realizing that you have done this:
Joe must have waltzed off with my jacket.

waltz through something

phrasal verb
informalSE to pass an examination, win a game etc very well and without any difficulty
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