dance
intransitive verb
1. (to move rhythmically to music) 
a. bailar 
We danced all night.Bailamos toda la noche.
transitive verb
2. (to move rhythmically to music) 
a. bailar 
I want to learn how to dance salsa.Quiero aprender a bailar salsa.
noun
3. (act of dancing) 
a. el baile (M) 
The father of the bride always gets the first dance.El padre de la novia siempre recibe el primer baile.
b. la danza (F) 
Their dance in the showing of the Nutcracker was breathtaking.Su danza en la reproducción de El cascanueces era impresionante.
4. (fine arts) 
a. el baile (M) 
The boy decided to dedicate himself to dance.El niño decidió dedicarse al baile.
b. la danza (F) 
My daughter is studying dance in London.Mi hija está estudiando danza en Londres.
5. (event) 
a. el baile (M) 
The welcome dance is taking place that same afternoon.El baile de bienvenida tendrá lugar esa misma tarde.
dance
Noun
1. (general) 
a. el baile (M) 
2. (colloquial) 
to lead somebody a (merry) dancetraer a alguien al retortero or a mal traer
dance bandorquesta de baile
dance floorpista de baile
dance hallsalón de baile
dance musicmúsica de baile or de discoteca
transitive verb
3. (general) 
a. bailar 
to dance attendance on somebodyatender servilmente a alguien
intransitive verb
4. (general) 
a. bailar 
they danced down the roadbajaron la calle dando brincos
dance [dɑːns]
noun
1 (act) baile (m); (art of dancing) danza (f); baile (m)
dance of death danza (f) de la muerte
to lead sb a (merry) dance (Britain) traer loco a algn
2 (event) baile (m)
transitive verb
bailar
to dance attendance on sb desvivirse por algn
intransitive verb
bailar; (artistically) bailar; danzar; (skip) saltar; brincar
shall we dance? ¿quieres bailar?; to dance about (with pain, joy etc) saltar; to dance for joy saltar or brincar de alegría
to dance to sb's tune bailar al son que algn toca
I reproached trade union leaders for pandering to managers and dancing to their tune I know the cathedral has to raise cash somehow. But the danger of commercialism is that the churches end up dancing to the tune of their big business sponsors
modifier
dance band (n) orquesta (f) de baile
dance class (n) clase (f) de baile
I hated my Saturday morning dance classes
dance floor (n) pista (f) de baile
dance hall (n) salón (m) de baile; sala (f) de fiestas
dance music (n) música (f) de baile
dance is a conjugated form of the verb danzar - View Conjugation

danzar

danzar
intransitive verb
1. (to move rhythmically to music) 
a. to dance 
La música paró pero seguimos danzando.The music stopped but we continued dancing.
2. (figurative) (to run around) 
Estuve danzando todo el día con los preparativos de la fiesta sorpresa.I was on the go all day trying to prepare the surprise party.
Louis lleva una vida muy ajetreada. ¡Siempre está danzando de un lado a otro!Louis has such a hectic life. He's aways running about from one place to another!
3. (colloquial) (to stick one's nose in; used with "en") 
a. to meddle in (colloquial) 
¿Quién me mandaría a mí danzar en política?What was I thinking of when I started meddling in politics?
transitive verb
4. (to move rhythmically to music) 
a. to dance 
Los novios danzaron un tango.The bride and the groom danced a tango.
danzar
intransitive verb
1. (bailar) 
a. to dance 
2. (fig) 
a. to run about 
danzar
intransitive verb
1 (bailar) to dance
llevo toda la mañana danzando I've been on the go all morning (familiar)
2 (entrometerse) to meddle
transitive verb
to dance
Examples
Verb Conjugations for danzar
Indicative
Irregular forms are in red
PresentPreteriteImperfectConditionalFuture
yo
danzo
dancé
danzaba
danzaría
danzaré
danzas
danzaste
danzabas
danzarías
danzarás
él/ella/Ud.
danza
danzó
danzaba
danzaría
danzará
nosotros
danzamos
danzamos
danzábamos
danzaríamos
danzaremos
vosotros
danzáis
danzasteis
danzabais
danzaríais
danzaréis
ellos/ellas/Uds.
danzan
danzaron
danzaban
danzarían
danzarán
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