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passade

[ puh-seyd ]
/ pəˈseɪd /
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noun Manège.
a turn or course of a horse backward or forward on the same ground.
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Origin of passade

1650–60; <French <Italian passata.See pass, -ade1
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British Dictionary definitions for passade

passade
/ (pæˈseɪd) /

noun
dressage the act of moving back and forth in the same place

Word Origin for passade

C17: via French from Italian passata, from passare to pass
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