English → English - sarabande

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n. slow Spanish court dance; music accompanying a saraband dance
n. saraband, sarabande, slow Spanish court dance; music accompanying a saraband dance
n. saraband, slow Spanish court dance; music accompanying a saraband dance

English → Spanish - sarabande

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s. Especia de danza española; la música de dicha danza

English → French - sarabande

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n. sarabande, danse lente d'origine espagnole; musique qui accompagne cette danse

English → German - sarabande

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n. Sarabande (spanischer Tanz; die passende Musik zu dem Tanz)

English → Italian - sarabande

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s. (Stor) saraceno

English → Portuguese - sarabande

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s. sarabanda (dança espanhola; música deste tipo de dança)

French → English - sarabande

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(f) n. saraband, slow Spanish court dance; music accompanying a saraband dance

German → English - sarabande

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n. slow Spanish court dance; music accompanying a saraband dance

Dutch → English - sarabande

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n. saraband

English → Dutch - sarabande

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zn. Sarabande (Spaanse dans; de muziek van deze dans)

French → Spanish - sarabande

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(danse - musique) zarabanda (f)

German → Spanish - sarabande

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n. zarabanda (f)

French → German - sarabande

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n. sarabande

French → Italian - sarabande

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(danse - musique) sarabanda (f)

French → Portuguese - sarabande

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(danse - musique) sarabanda (f)

French → Russian - sarabande

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n. сарабанда (f)

German → French - sarabande

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n. sarabande (f)

German → Italian - sarabande

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n. sarabanda (f)

Dutch → French - sarabande

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(dans - muziek) sarabande (f)

French → Dutch - sarabande

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(danse - musique) sarabande (m/f)

English → Japanese - sarabande

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(名) サラバンド, スペインのゆっくりした宮廷舞踊; サラバンドダンスの音楽

Definition of sarabande

Pronunciation
Noun
1. A 16th century Spanish dance; the zarabanda
2. A stately Baroque dance in slow triple time
3. The music for either dance of the same name.
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