Translation of majorette in Spanish:


batonista, n.

Pronunciation /ˌmeɪdʒəˈrɛt//ˌmeɪdʒəˈrɛt/


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    batonista feminine
    • When I was a little girl I really wanted to be a majorette, so my mom signed me up with the Oregon Journal Juniors Majorettes.
    • If majorettes and samba bands are taking part it is a lot of hard work for them.
    • There will be 40 floats in tomorrow's procession, accompanied by marching bands, majorettes and cheerleaders.
    • Marching bands, majorettes and decorated floats will make up this year's Northfleet carnival on July 3.
    • You could be sure that their majorettes were not only good twirlers, they were good students.
    • What are required are accordion players, drummers and majorettes.
    • Both events feature arts and crafts stalls, a fun fair, majorettes ' performances, a brass band and a barbecue.
    • At a recent wedding, I saw a dancing mother twirl a rifle in both hands above her head like the baton of a majorette.
    • A reunion for people who were in the local majorettes troupe in the late 1970s is being organised for October with a trip to the Isle of Man.
    • People confuse us with majorettes but we don't perform at the same kind of functions.
    • There's always like two ladies that look like Katherine Harris sitting in the corner, like ‘We used to be majorettes.’
    • Entertainment was provided by morris dancers, majorettes and wrestlers, with Bratton Silver Band also on hand to get the toes tapping.
    • She marched behind the St Joseph's Accordion Band and the majorettes in this year's St Patrick's Day parade in New York.
    • A popular community centre could be shut down, leaving majorettes, martial arts' enthusiasts and bowls players with nowhere to go.
    • How about those majorettes, you know, the baton twirlers, ever see them strut?
    • It will include floats, vintage cars, majorettes, stilt walkers, dancers and music.
    • Troupes of majorettes and dancers in distinct uniforms from across the region took turns to put on dazzling displays.
    • The majorettes play a significant role in the successes of the orchestra.
    • She said: ‘Ideally we would like ex majorettes and they have to be over 21.’
    • A total of 14 acts were laid on for a 170-strong audience, with majorettes, solo singers, trumpet players and dancers strutting their stuff on stage.