[French pah mar-shey]
noun, plural pas mar·chés [French pah mar-shey] /French pɑ marˈʃeɪ/. Ballet.
a marching step.
a walking step in which the turned-out pointed toe reaches the ground first, then the heel is lowered before the weight is transferred to the whole foot on the ground.
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- pas de côté,
- pas de deux,
- pas de trois,
- pas devant les enfants,
- pas du tout,
- pas op,
- pas seul,
Origin of pas marché
< French: literally, marching step
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