Dancer - definition, pronunciation, transcription

Amer.  |ˈdænsər|  American pronunciation of the word dancer
Brit.  |ˈdɑːnsə|  British pronunciation of the word dancer

noun

- a performer who dances professionally (syn: terpsichorean)
- a person who participates in a social gathering arranged for dancing (as a ball)

Examples

He never learned how to dance.

She has always loved to dance.

I like the song but it's really hard to dance to.

He danced her across the floor.

She dances with a famous ballet company.

She's a great actress, and she can dance and sing, too.

They can do all the popular dances.

The only dance he knows how to do is the twist.

How about one more dance?

He stopped right in the middle of the dance to tie his shoe.

He did a celebration dance in the end zone after scoring the touchdown.

She studied dance in college.

The dancer's technique is strong.

Margot Fonteyn, the famous British ballet dancer

Dave's a good dancer.

Word forms

noun
singular: dancer
plural: dancers
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