English version

two-step

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English
Related topics: Dance
two-stepˈtwo-step noun [singular] 🔊 🔊 APDa dance with long sliding steps, or the music for this type of dance
Examples from the Corpus
two-step• They love big gatherings and dances, where whole families will take part in waltzes and two-steps.• The band faltered, took a breath, and plunged into a two-step.• Others did a delicate two-step around it.• Some of the members moved and clapped or did a little two-step to the music.• A little two-step, two-step, make-a-new-step, slide, slide and strut on down.• I had to do a quick two-step to catch up with her.
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