- n. 小步舞；米奴哀舞
- vi. 跳米奴哀舞；跳小步舞
- minuet (n.)
- "slow dance in triple measure," 1670s, from French menuet, from Old French menuet (adj.) "small, fine, delicate, narrow," from menu "small," from Latin minutus "small, minute" (see minute (adj.)). So called from the short steps taken in the dance. Spelling influenced in English by Italian minuetto.
- 1. He stepped a minuet gravely and gracefully.
- 2. The pupils laughed at the sight of their teacher dancing a minuet in the yard.
- 3. The diplomatic minuet is fascinating because three disconnected policy issues are now whirling on single floor.
[ minuet 造句 ]