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a lively dance, formerly popular, for one couple, characterized by a jumping step and usually in quick duple meter.
a piece of music for this dance or in its rhythm.
an old Provençal couple dance, light and graceful, in lively duple time
a piece of music for or in the rhythm of this dance


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