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Feb 9, 2021

[Answer] 6. A more intermediate ballet term is "glissade" [glee-SAHD]. It means which of the following in English?

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...1. slide or glide 2. squat 3. push or pull 4. stretch "Glissade" describes a movement in which a dancer slides his/her foot along the back of their calf.




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slide or glide:


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