Enchainement



[French ahn-shen-mahn] /French ɑ̃ ʃɛnˈmɑ̃/

noun, plural enchaînements
[French ahn-shen-mahn] /French ɑ̃ ʃɛnˈmɑ̃/ (Show IPA). Ballet.
1.
a series of steps constituting a phrase.

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