déboîté

[French dey-bwa-tey]

noun, plural dé·boî·tés [French dey-bwa-tey] /French deɪ bwaˈteɪ/. Ballet.

a step in which the dancer stands on the toes with legs together and then springs up, swinging one foot out and around to the back of the other.

Nearby words

  1. dzungaria,
  2. dáil éireann,
  3. dávila y padilla,
  4. débouché,
  5. déboulés,
  6. débridement,
  7. débrouillard,
  8. décime,
  9. déclassé,
  10. décolletage

Compare emboîté.

Origin of déboîté

< French: dislocated (noun use of past participle)

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