disco dances

ディスコダンス, ディスコ音楽とともに踊るダンス

English-Japanese new dictionary. 2007.

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  • silent disco — n. A dance party where the music can only be heard through special headphones; a party where each person dances to whatever music is playing on his or her MP3 player. Also: silent rave. Example Citations: As undergraduates at Swansea University… …   New words

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