tap-dancing


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tap1

(tӕp) noun
a quick touch or light knock or blow. I heard a tap at the door.
verbpast tense, past participle tapped
(often with at, ~on or with) to give a light knock (on or with something). He tapped at/on the window.
ˈtap-dancing noun
a type of dancing performed with special shoes that make a tapping noise.
ˈtap-dancer noun
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tap-dancing

رَقْصٌ إِيقاعيّ stepování stepdans Stepptanz κλακέτες claqué, zapateado steppaus claquettes plesanje s tapkanjem cipela tip tap タップダンス 탭댄스 tapdansen stepping stepowanie sapateado чечетка stepdans การเต้นรำโดยใช้รองเท้าเคาะพื้นเป็นจังหวะ step dansı nhảy gõ giầy 踢踏舞
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Cast member Sam Marks was just seven years old when he started taking tap-dancing lessons
Despite the physical impairment, Myra refused to let it get the better of her - taking up tap-dancing when she was seven years old.
Beaming into the camera and speckled with snow, this fluffy little penguin bears an uncanny resemblance to Mumble, the tap-dancing main character in the hit movie Happy Feet.
DANCE Tap Factory Theatre Severn, Shrewsbury An all-male, macho, tap-dancing troupe set in a factory, reminded me of a show called Tap Dogs which toured in this country some years ago.