[French pahduh dœ] /French pɑdə ˈdœ/
noun, plural pas de deux. Ballet.
a dance by two persons.
(in classical ballet) a set dance for a ballerina and a danseur noble, consisting typically of an entrée, an adagio, a variation for each dancer, and a coda.
noun (pl) pas de deux
(ballet) a sequence for two dancers
[French pahduh trwah] /French pɑdə ˈtrwɑ/ noun, plural pas de trois. Ballet. 1. a dance for three dancers.
[pah dy too] /pɑ dü ˈtu/ interjection, French. 1. not at all.
[pah-sey] /ˈpɑ seɪ/ noun 1. (in bullfighting) a maneuver by a bullfighter with the capa or muleta to gain the attention of the bull and to guide the course of its attack. /ˈpɑːseɪ/ noun 1. (bullfighting) a movement of the cape or muleta by a matador to attract the bull’s attention and guide its attack
[pah-sey-oh; Spanish pah-se-aw] /pɑˈseɪ oʊ; Spanish pɑˈsɛ ɔ/ noun, plural paseos [pah-sey-ohz; Spanish pah-se-aws] /pɑˈseɪ oʊz; Spanish pɑˈsɛ ɔs/ (Show IPA) 1. a slow, idle, or leisurely walk or stroll. 2. a public place or path designed for walking; promenade. 3. (especially in Spanish-speaking countries) a usually tree-lined thoroughfare; avenue.