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Do-Si-Do meaning in Urdu

Do-Si-Do Definitions

1) Do-Si-Do : ایک قسم کا رقص : (noun) a square-dance figure; two dancers approach each other and circle back to back before returning to their original places.

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Sashay : ٹھمکا ناچ , Farandole : ایک رقص , Hemicycle : آدھا دائرہ , Jumping Jack : پتلی , Circular : گول , Regress : واپس چلے جانا , Homecoming : واپس آنا , Short : کسی کو رقم واپس نا کر کے دہوکہ دینا , Repatriation : وطن واپسی , Reclamation : اصلاح , Refund : واپس ادائی , Resuscitation : حیات نو , Commuter Traffic : کام سے لوٹنے والوں کا روانی , Regressive : رجعت پسند , Ballet : گروہی رقص , Crowd : خاص عمر تک پہنچ جانا , Avenue : راستہ , Adagio : دھیما رقص , Come : آنا , Adient : قبولیت , Accost : لبھانا , Cabaret : شراب خانہ , Adience : حالات سے سمجھوتہ , By Any Means : ہر حال میں , Jive : جاز موسیقی پر رقص , All Over : ہر جگہ , Circlet : چھوٹا دائرہ , Cycloid : دائرہ نما , Circle : گھیر لینا , Counterchange : بدلنا , Rubber-Necking : دل چسپی کے مقامات کو دیکھنا

Useful Words Definitions


Sashay: a square dance figure; partners circle each other taking sideways steps.

Farandole: a lively dance from Provence; all the dancers join hands and execute various figures.

Hemicycle: a plane figure with the shape of half a circle.

Jumping Jack: plaything consisting of a toy figure with movable joints that can be made to dance by pulling strings.

Circular: describing a circle; moving in a circle.

Regress: returning to a former state.

Homecoming: a coming to or returning home.

Short: cheat someone by not returning him enough money.

Repatriation: the act of returning to the country of origin.

Reclamation: rescuing from error and returning to a rightful course.

Refund: the act of returning money received previously.

Resuscitation: the act of reviving a person and returning them to consciousness.

Commuter Traffic: traffic created by people going to or returning from work.

Regressive: opposing progress; returning to a former less advanced state.

Ballet: a theatrical representation of a story that is performed to music by trained dancers.

Crowd: approach a certain age or speed.

Avenue: a line of approach.

Adagio: a slow section of a pas de deux requiring great skill and strength by the dancers.

Come: move toward, travel toward something or somebody or approach something or somebody.

Adient: characterized by acceptance or approach.

Accost: approach with an offer of intimate favors.

Cabaret: a spot that is open late at night and that provides entertainment (as singers or dancers) as well as dancing and food and drink.

Adience: (psychology) an urge to accept or approach a situation or an object.

By Any Means: to achieve a goal using any means necessary, whether they are ethical or not. It implies a determined and relentless approach.

Jive: dance to jive music; dance the jive.

All Over: to or in any or all places.

Circlet: a small circle.

Cycloid: resembling a circle.

Circle: form a circle around.

Counterchange: cause to change places.

Rubber-Necking: going about to look at places of interest.

Related Words


Contra Danse : روایتی رقص , Square Dance : مربع رقص کرنے والے

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