Chinese English Pinyin Dictionary

  • to dance to wield to brandish
  • shǒu wǔ zú dǎo
    hands dance and feet trip (idiom); dancing and gesticulating for joy
  • Trad.
    wǔ tīng
    dance hall ballroom CL:間|间[jiān]
  • piān piān
    elegant graceful smart to dance lightly
  • Trad.
    dú wǔ
    solo dance
  • huá ěr zī
    waltz (dance)
  • Trad.
    wǔ jù
    dance drama ballet
  • yāng ge
    Yangge, a popular rural folk dance
  • wǔ bù
    dance steps
  • wǔ dǎo
    dance
  • Trad.
    fēi wǔ
    to flutter to dance in the breeze
  • wǔ dǎ
    acrobatic fighting in Chinese opera or dance
  • tàn gē
    tango (dance)
  • tiào wǔ
    to dance
  • Trad.
    xiǎo chē
    small model car mini-car small horse-cart barrow wheelbarrow type of folk dance
  • Trad.
    wǔ huì
    dance ball party CL:場|场[chǎng]
  • wǔ qǔ
    dance music
  • wǔ chí
    dance floor
  • Trad.
    dān cè
    one-sided unilateral
  • Trad.
    gāo qiāo
    stilts walking on stilts as component of folk dance
  • zuò wén zhāng
    to make an issue of sth to fuss to make a song and dance
  • jiàn měi cāo
    aerobics aerobic dance (school P.E. activity)
  • tài kōng bù
    moonwalk (dance)
  • sāng bā
    samba (dance)
  • xiàn dài wǔ
    modern dance
  • Trad.
    wǔ lóng
    dragon dance
  • tà gē
    to sing and dance general term for a round dance
  • Trad.
    wǔ shī
    lion dance (traditional Chinese dance form)
  • jiāo yì wǔ
    social dance ballroom dancing
  • Trad.
    piāo wǔ
    to fly up to dance in the air (of snowflakes, flower petals etc)
  • tī tà wǔ
    tap dance
  • xuán wǔ
    whirling dance
  • Trad.
    wǔ jiàn
    to perform a sword-dance
  • mín zú wǔ dǎo
    folk dance
  • néng gē shàn wǔ
    can sing and dance (idiom); fig. a person of many talents
  • pái wǔ
    a dance in formation choreographed dance line dance
  • Běi jīng Wǔ dǎo Xué yuàn
    Beijing Dance Academy
  • mín jiān wǔ dǎo
    folk dance
  • bèng dí
    disco dancing to dance at a disco
  • shè huǒ
    festival entertainment (lion dance, dragon lantern etc)
  • Trad.
    jiǎo wèi
    foot position (in dance)
  • mín jiān wǔ
    folk dance
  • cháng xiù shàn wǔ
    long sleeves help one dance beautifully (idiom); money and power will help you in any occupation
  • Trad.
    yuán wǔ
    round dance
  • Xiàng Zhuāng wǔ jiàn
    lit. Xiang Zhuang performs the sword dance, but his mind is set on Liu Bang 劉邦|刘邦[Líu Bāng] (idiom, refers to plot to kill Liu Bang during Feast at Hongmen 鴻門宴|鸿门宴[Hóng mén yàn] in 206 BC); an elaborate deception hiding malicious intent
  • jiàn
    somersault (in gymnastics or dance) head-over-heels aerial flip also written 踺子
  • gǎi xián yì zhé
    change of string, move out of rut (idiom); dramatic change of direction to dance to a different tune
  • Xiàng Zhuāng wǔ jiàn , yì zài Pèi Gōng
    lit. Xiangzhuang performs the sword dance, but his mind is set on Liu Bang 劉邦|刘邦 (idiom); refers to 206 BC plot to murder Liu Bang 劉邦|刘邦, Duke of Pei 沛公 and future Han emperor, during a sword dance at Feast at Hongmen 鴻門宴|鸿门宴[Hóng mén Yàn] an elaborate deception to hide malicious intent
  • shā shā wǔ
    salsa (dance)
  • yáo bǎi wǔ
    swing (dance)
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