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dos-à-dos

FrenchEdit

EtymologyEdit

From dos (back), from Latin dorsum (back), and à (to), from Latin ad (to).

PronunciationEdit

AdjectiveEdit

dos-à-dos

  1. (literally) back to back

NounEdit

dos-à-dos m

  1. a move in square dancing in which two dancers face each other, then step forward and left until they have right shoulders adjacent, then move to a position where they are back to back, then move to have left shoulders adjacent, then return to facing each other

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