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French-English translation for: record of dance music
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noter keep a record of sth.
danse danse {f}dance
dancing {m}dance hall
danser (qc.)to dance (sth.)
record {m}record
thé {m} dansanttea dance
mus. disque {m}record
note {f}record [note]
récit {m}record [narrative]
musique {f}music
rapport {m}record [written account]
mus. tourne-disque {m}record player
mus. mélomane {adj}music-loving
mus. mélomane {m}music lover
mus. musette {m}accordion music
mus. solfège {m}music theory
quart {m} d'heure américainSadie Hawkins dance [Am.]
occup. disquaire {m}record dealer [record shop owner]
Unverified mélomane {f}music lover [female]
mus. musique {f} classiqueclassical music
mus. musique {f} contemporainecontemporary music
mus. musique {f} folkloriquefolk music
mus. musique {f} sacréesacred music
occup. disquaire {f}record dealer [female] [record shop owner]
mus. partition {f}sheet music [written score]
casier {m} judiciairepolice record [of prior offences]
mus. musique {f} de chambrechamber music
enregistrer qc. [son, video, acte, opération, etc.]to record sth.
conserver qc. (dans un dossier)to keep sth. on record
loc. faire grand bruit autour de make a song and dance about sth.
avoir l'oreille musicaleto have an ear for music
avoir un casier judiciaire viergeto not have a police record
mus. musique {f} de pianopiano music
mus. musique {f} raverave (music)
film making-of {m} [Anglicisme] [revue de tournage]making of
slow {m}slow dance
mus. rap {m}rap (music)
mus. soul music {f}soul
sci. Royal Society of ... {noun}Royal Society of ... [Br.]
bible adamique {adj}of Adam
de {prep}of
dehors {prep}out of
naturellement {adv}of course
certains {pron}some of them
géogr. cévenol {adj}of the Cevennes
défoncé {adj} [chemin]full of potholes
démodé {adj}out of fashion
déplacé {adj}out of place [inappropriate]
devant {prep}in front of
gratuit {adj}free of charge
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