[ French dahn-sœr ]
/ French dɑ̃ˈsœr /
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noun, plural dan·seurs [French dahn-sœr]. /French dɑ̃ˈsœr/.
a male ballet dancer.
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Example sentences from the Web for danseur
Il fallait un calculateur, ce fut un danseur qui l'obtint—A financier was wanted, a dancing-master got the post.
Probably it is for the same reason that a male dancer is not termed a danseur while a female dancer is termed a danseuse.Society for Pure English, Tract 5|Society for Pure English
British Dictionary definitions for danseur
/ French (dɑ̃sœr) /
a male ballet dancer
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