Definition of 'dancer'
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He's a good dancer but at times needs to be careful with his steps. The Sun (2016)What makes a good dancer? Times, Sunday Times (2016)You've got to remember he met me when I was a singer on tour with eight male dancers. The Sun (2016)And at least it's putting two good dancers against each other in the dance off, meaning one has to go while still keeping the fun factor. The Sun (2016) Male solo dancers also rattled brilliantly. Times, Sunday Times (2012) Ballet dancers are an obedient lot. Times, Sunday Times (2014)You're a dancer as well as an actor. The Sun (2013)The dancers perform it well, though not as well as vintage casts. Times, Sunday Times (2011)For him it's obviously a splendid time to be a male dancer. Times, Sunday Times (2012)You can tell because they look after their image, are charming and good dancers. The Sun (2014)IT'S not known how good a dancer the 007 actor is. The Sun (2012)Passengers will be able to enjoy dancers, singers and musicians whose art reflects their homeland. The Sun (2012)Court documents say he felt that Bristol was not a good dancer and appeared on the show only because of her famous mother. Times, Sunday Times (2010)A handful of superb male dancers obliquely examined masculine isolation, uncertainty and endurance. Times, Sunday Times (2014)I've seen lots of good dancers ruin things with one bad routine. The Sun (2012)I'd like to be a dancer or a singer. Times, Sunday Times (2006)Royal Ballet dancers exert themselves, but the music offers the only drama that matters. Times, Sunday Times (2007)I'm not a good dancer. Times, Sunday Times (2013)His production relies on character comedy and academic display, both of which the Birmingham dancers are well at ease with. Times, Sunday Times (2013)And yes, male dancers are becoming as well known as their female counterparts, if we are known at all. Times, Sunday Times (2012)After some public heartache the pop princess is clearly moving on, posting pictures on Instagram with some male backing dancers. The Sun (2015)I did my first dance class at the age of 22, when most dancers are well into their careers. Times, Sunday Times (2010)
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Translations for 'dancer'
British English: dancer /ˈdɑːnsə/ NOUN
A dancer is a person who is dancing, or who earns money by dancing.
His previous girlfriend was a dancer.
- American English: dancer
- Arabic: راقِص
- Brazilian Portuguese: dançarino
- Chinese: 舞蹈家
- Croatian: plesač
- Czech: tanečník
- Danish: danser
- Dutch: danser
- European Spanish: bailarín
- Finnish: tanssija
- French: danseur
- German: Tänzer
- Greek: χορευτής
- Italian: ballerino
- Japanese: ダンサー
- Korean: 춤추는 사람
- Norwegian: danser
- Polish: tancerz
- European Portuguese: dançarino
- Romanian: dansator
- Russian: танцор
- Spanish: bailarín
- Swedish: dansare
- Thai: นักเต้นรำ
- Turkish: dansçı
- Ukrainian: танцюрист
- Vietnamese: diễn viên múa
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