Dance [noun]

Definition of Dance:

moving feet and body to music

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Sentence/Example of Dance:

This “ordered dance” of electrons could give rise to the fast radio burst by converting the energy of the electrons’ movement into radio waves, Metzger says.

Cycling, high-intensity interval training, yoga, and dance are among the weekly workouts.

Whether your kid likes hip-hop, Zumba, or just bopping around the living room to some Disney tunes, there’s an online dance class that will get them sweating.

Never mind that its primary content is teenage dance videos.

Most viewers never notice the gorilla — even when it stops to do a funny dance.

When I scrolled through my feed, the content felt a lot like Straight TikTok, or the part of TikTok where you see a lot of dance videos by 20-something influencers who live in giant LA mansions.

DBarDorchester’s DBar is a contemporary American restaurant by day, and a dance party at night.

Then, as electrons are swept up by the shock front, they begin to gyrate around the magnetic field — a dance that emits another laserlike flash of radio waves.

People have wanted things before I thought they were ready, and finding a way to deal with that dance of people wanting information but also wanting to continue to build the evidence, I think we can figure out how to do it.

In this episode, we will focus on the complicated dance between supply and demand.