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dansar (first-person singular present danso, past participle dansat)

  1. to dance
    Synonym: ballar

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Borrowed from English dance, French danser, German tanzen, Italian danzare, Russian танцева́ть (tancevátʹ), Spanish danzar. (Compare Esperanto danci)

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dansar (present tense dansas, past tense dansis, future tense dansos, imperative dansez, conditional dansus)

  1. (transitive, intransitive) to dance
    Me prizas dansar tango.
    I like to dance tango.
    Ka vu volas dansar kun me?
    Do you want to dance with me?

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dansar m (definite singular dansaren, indefinite plural dansarar, definite plural dansarane)

  1. dancer (person who dances)
  2. dancer (person of a profession)

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dansar m

  1. indefinite plural of dans

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dansar

  1. present tense of dansa and danse

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dansar

  1. to dance

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dansar

  1. present tense of dansa.