02/01/17 Terminology related to Dancing!
a slow dance = a slow, romantic dance: “She had a slow dance with Tony.”
burn up the dance floor = dance a lot: “They like burning up the dance floor.”
dance the night away = dance all night long: “Those two danced the night away.”
dance cheek to cheek = dance very close to someone: “Everyone was looking at them dance cheek to cheek.”
have a boogie = have a dance: “Fancy a boogie?”
put on your dancing shoes = get ready for dancing: “Come on Sarah! Put on your dancing shoes – we’re going clubbing tonight!”
strut your stuff = enjoy dancing: “Look at him strut his stuff. Who does he think he is? John Travolta?”