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ballroom in Leisure topic

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishballroomball‧room /ˈbɔːlrʊm, -ruːm $ ˈbɒːl-/ noun [countable] 🔊 🔊 APDDLa very large room used for dancing on formal occasions
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ballroomFather stands by the coatrack, pretending to read the auction notices and ballroom posters.The center also offers tap and ballroom dance classes, yoga and Chairobics, which is a low-impact exercise program.I was very fond of ballroom dancing, and of other things associated with the tripping of the light-fantastic.The Hilton's ballroom is a classic model of flexible facilities.On Fat Tuesday, Meredith watched the banners being unfurled in the ballroom with a stab of pride in her heart.I head back to the ballroom.A bright yellow strip of tape separated the country-western ballroom dancers from the line dance crowd.