In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1(female ballet dancer)bailarina (de ballet) feminine
- She completed the difficult series of fouettes in the coda of the Black Swan pas de deux which even more senior ballerinas sometimes cannot manage as well.
- The ballet slipper is a danseur's best friend but, in the hearts of ballerinas, it's been overshadowed by the pointe shoe.
- No matter how vigorous the steps, the old-style ballerinas radiated a glittering authority, decorum, and elegance.
- Swanilda is a soubrette role, but it requires a dancer with the authority of a ballerina.
- His partners included almost all of the ballerinas who rose to fame between 1936 and 1962, when he retired from the stage.
- The following season, as a first soloist, she again saved the day when she took over the principal roles of Clara and Juliet for two more injured ballerinas.
- Showcasing its roster of brilliant ballerinas, the Kirov offers sparkling versions of Petipa and Balanchine.
- He isn't encouraging his daughters to be ballerinas.
- I don't think ballerinas put on pointe shoes for either purpose.
- I feel very proud of being a ballerina of this great ballet company.
- The ballet is led by four ballerinas who each have at least one pas de deux.
- Ballet dancers, little ballerinas, women in intimate situations and horse races are the subjects that are immediately associated with him.
- The invitation of five internationally prominent male ballet stars showed that the Kirov's ballerinas were equal to the skills of their partners.
- I strive every day to be not just a good ballerina, but a great ballerina regardless of my race.
- This is so far the only production directed by the glamorous French ballet star who is among the world's most famous ballerinas at present.
- Born in Britain in 1919, Fonteyn was considered one of the most talented ballerinas of the twentieth century.
- I think that it is a great tragedy with ballet companies if they don't have great senior ballerinas at the head of the company - ballerinas in their forties.
- I began watching the company in the fifties, when a quintet of highly individual ballerinas reigned over the female roster.
- There are a number of roles within the classical ballet that represent the epitome of a ballerina's artistry.
- And how many ballerinas have dressing tables in the wings?
2US(principal dancer)primera bailarina feminine
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