dancer
noun see dance I

New Collegiate Dictionary. 2001.

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  • Dancer — Saltar a navegación, búsqueda «Dancer» Canción de Queen Álbum Hot Space Publicación 1982 …   Wikipedia Español

  • dancer — [n] ballerina ballet dancer, belly dancer, chorus girl, coryphee, danseur, danseuse, go go dancer, hoofer*, line dancer, prima ballerina, show girl, tap dancer; concept 352 …   New thesaurus

  • dancer — (n.) mid 15c., agent noun from DANCE (Cf. dance). (Dancere as a surname is attested from early 12c.). Related: Danseuse female dancer, from French fem. of danseur …   Etymology dictionary

  • Dancer — Dan cer, n. One who dances or who practices dancing. [1913 Webster] {The merry dancers}, beams of the northern lights when they rise and fall alternately without any considerable change of length. See {Aurora borealis}, under {Aurora}. [1913… …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • dancer — Synonyms and related words: artist, artiste, ballerina, ballet dancer, ballet girl, ballroom dancer, belly dancer, burlesque queen, choral dancer, chorine, chorus boy, chorus girl, clog dancer, conjurer, coryphee, dancing girl, danseur, danseur… …   Moby Thesaurus

  • Dancer — Queen – Hot Space Veröffentlichung 21. Mai 1982 Label EMI/Parlophone; Elektra, Hollywood Records (USA) Format(e) LP, Cassette; CD Genre(s) Rock …   Deutsch Wikipedia

  • dancer — danc|er [ˈda:nsə US ˈdænsər] n 1.) someone who dances as a profession ▪ The dancer s technique is strong. ballet/ballroom/flamenco etc dancer ▪ Margot Fonteyn, the famous British ballet dancer 2.) someone who dances ▪ the dancers on the floor… …   Dictionary of contemporary English

  • dancer — [[t]dɑ͟ːnsə(r), dæ̱ns [/t]] dancers 1) N COUNT A dancer is a person who earns money by dancing, or a person who is dancing. His previous girlfriend was a dancer with the Royal Ballet... The dancers began to walk away from the floor. 2) N COUNT:… …   English dictionary

  • dancer — n 1. ballet dancer, toe dancer, figurant, coryphee; danseur, premier danseur, premier danseur noble; danseuse, ballerina, prima ballerina, prima ballerina assoluta. 2. square dancer, Inf. heel kicker, Sl. hoofer, Sl. boot stomper; jigger, belly… …   A Note on the Style of the synonym finder

  • dancer — noun ADJECTIVE ▪ brilliant (esp. BrE), excellent, fine, good, great, wonderful ▪ He s a brilliant dancer! ▪ professional …   Collocations dictionary

  • Dancer — This interesting name derives form the Medieval English dancen , to dance (ultimately from the Olde French danser ) and was originally given as an occupational name to a professional dance employed to perform at weddings, festivals, fairs and… …   Surnames reference

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