In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1giro masculinovuelta femenino(in ballet) pirouette femenino
- In classical ballet pirouettes are executed on pointe, as are arabesques.
- Laurie, in her ecstatic state, executed a pirouette, and began to sing in earnest.
- She then did a second, slower pirouette as if to emphasize her attire.
- By the end of that week, I could consistently execute quadruple pirouettes to both right and left.
- For example, she would give everyone triple pirouettes when I could only do one.
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