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From French ballet, from Italian balletto (short dance, ballet), diminutive form of ballo (ball).

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Ballet

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Ballets

Ballet (plural Ballets)
  1. A classical form of dance.
  2. A theatrical presentation of such dancing, usually with music, sometimes in the form of a story.

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Either from French ballet or directly from Italian balletto, the diminutive form of ballo (dance, ball).

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  • IPA: /balɛt/[b̥aˈlɛd̥]

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Ballet c. (singular definite balletten, plural indefinite balletter)

  1. ballet

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From Italian balletto.

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Ballet m. (plural Ballets)

  1. ballet

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ballet

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Ballet m. (uncountable)

  1. ballet

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