Two-Step

The two-step is an American dance. It forms a modified polka, adapted to American rag-time music, and was introduced into Europe at the end of the 19th century. There are many variations such as the Boston two-step and the Military two-step.
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two-step

[n] - a ballroom dance in duple meter
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two-step

noun a ballroom dance in duple meter; marked by sliding steps
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Two-step

• (n.) A kind of round dance in march or polka time; also, a piece of music for this dance.
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two-step

ballroom dance appearing in about 1890 in the United States. Its origins are unclear but may include the polka, galop, or waltz. The dance consists ...
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Two-step

[dance move] The two-step is a step found in various dances, including many folk dances. It seems to take its name from the 19th century dance related to the Polka. A two-step consists of two steps in approximately the same direction onto the same foot, separated by a closing step with the other foot. For example, a right two-step forward i...
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two-step

ballroom dance with two main steps
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