dance with (someone)

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dance with (someone)

To get into a physical altercation with someone. Yeah, I'll dance with you, you clown—let's go! Based off their matching bruises, I guess those two danced with each other during the big game.
See also: dance

dance with someone

to perform social dancing with another person. Do you think you would like to dance with Wally? Would you please dance with me?
See also: dance
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In eras that had more formality, much less familiarity of today, this opportunity for a person to dance with someone briefly that was a different age, different social or economic class or the "belle of the ball" required set standards of etiquette for "making manners" as it was called.
'The beauty of tango is that you can dance with someone who is from a different country or has a different mindset.
"We weren't an item, but he'd just gone to the toilet and I thought I can't just get up and dance with someone else.
Janette told him after the show: "I don't think I am ever going to have the opportunity to dance with someone like you again.
Janette added: "I just have to say, honestly I don't think that I am ever going to have the opportunity to dance with someone like you again.
We'll do Ted Nugent's "Snakeskin Cowboys," but we slow it down and make it sound like a gay prom, so everyone has to get up and dance with someone of the same gender.
And to dance with someone is to really see them and to really let them see you.
It is not necessarily our intention, but the fact of wanting to dance with someone of the same sex does impact how we understand sexual relationships and our own question of nationhood."
"You go dance with someone you don't know, but if you know how to dance, you're going to have a great time with that person," he said.
Both have been landed with dancing with some absolute clunkers in recent years, (think footballer Peter Shilton and politician turned author Ann Widdecombe for Boag and Du Beke respectively), meaning they must be so relived to be pairing up with each other for this tour as it finally gives them the opportunity to dance with someone who knows what the hell they're doing.
But just how do you dance with someone apparently unable to move?
What he doesn't say is that if you refuse a dance with someone, you're out for the next two dances or you're out for the rest of the evening.