- a large hall for dancing
Translations for 'ballroom'
- British English: ballroom A ballroom is a very large room that is used for dancing. NOUN
- Brazilian Portuguese: salão de baile
- Chinese: 舞厅舞厅廳
- European Spanish: salón de baile
- French: salle de bal
- German: Tanzsaal
- Italian: sala da ballo
- Japanese: 舞踏場
- Korean: 무도회장
- Portuguese: salão de baile
- Spanish: salón de baile
Example Sentences Including 'ballroom'
And he has a message for anyone wanting to take the Mick out of the ballroom dance lessons he has received from Mildred Bardsley.
Sun, News of the World (2001)
Every now and then, a lighted window in a discoloured facade reveals the glory of a hidden ballroom.
Five years before, while snowshoeing in Fort Garry, Alice met Julian Robins, who partnered her in ballroom competitions.
Globe and Mail (2003)
It is a single space and might be the ballroom of a palazzo.
Country Life (2005)
Ricardo Mayorga had just won the biggest fight of his life and was outside the ballroom signing autographs and having a smoke.
Toronto Sun (2003)
Sharpe had a glimpse of his lordship running through the ballroom.
She wondered what her mum had done with all the cups and medals and the old ballroom dresses.
In Real Life
The Blissful festivities were to take place in the main ballroom of the Grand, one of the easiest places to crash.
Miss Melville Regrets
Then there was a reception in the ballroom of a Park Lane hotel.
A Matter of Conscience
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