dance


dance
1. I
can you dance? вы танцуете?; would any of the girls care to dance? не хочет ли кто-нибудь из девушек потанцевать?; he asked me to dance он пригласил меня танцевать
2. II
1) dance in some manner well (excellently, gracefully, slowly, badly. clumsily, etc.) хорошо и т. д. танцевать; he danced alone он танцевал один; they danced barefoot они плясали босиком; dance for some time dance all evening (long, far into the night, etc.) танцевать /плясать/ весь вечер и т. д.
2) dance in some manner dance wildly (up and down, etc.) неудержимо и т. д. прыгать /скакать/; the boxer danced back боксер отпрыгнул назад, приплясывая
3. III
dance smth. dance the polka (the jig, folk-dances, etc.) плясать польку и т. д.; the waltz (rock'n'roll, the twist, etc.) танцевать вальс и т. д.
4. IV
dance smth. at some time I've never danced a step since then я ни разу не танцевал с тех пор || dance smb. off his legs/off his feet замучить своего партнера танцами
5. XVI
1) dance with smb. dance with a boy-friend (with one's husband, with a nice girl, with a blonde, etc.) танцевать /плясать/ со своим мальчиком и т. д. dance to smth. dance to the music of a piano (to the tulle, to the music of a violin, to fast music, etc.) танцевать /плясать/ под пианино и т. д., dance for some time dance until after midnight (for hours, etc.) танцевать далеко за полночь и т. д.
2) dance for /with/ smth. dance for joy /for delight/ (with happiness, etc.) скакать /прыгать, плясать, кружиться/ от радости /восторга/ и т. д., in (on, etc.) smth. dust dances in the sunbeams /in the sunlight/ в солнечном луче кружатся пылинки. leaves dance in the wind листья кружатся на ветру the boat danced on the waves кораблик подбрасывало на волнах; she danced about the room она кружилась по комнате
3) dance after /to/ smth. dance after /to/ smb.'s tune плясать под чью-л. дудку; dance. to another tune /to a different tune/ запеть по-другому
4) dance about smb., smth. dance about one's child (the new book, etc.) носиться со своим ребенком и т. д.; stop dancing about him перестань нянчиться с ним
6. XIX1
dance like smb. dance like a nymph (like a sylph, etc.) танцевать как нимфа и т. д; she dances like an angel она прелестно /божественно/ танцует
7. XXI1
dance smb. on (round, etc.) smth. dance a child (a baby) on one's knee подбрасывать или раскачивать ребенка на колене; she danced the girl round the room она закружила девочку в танце по всей комнате

English-Russian dictionary of verb phrases. 2013.

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