Miriam
Bailaor, bailador y bailarín Cuál es la diferencía entre bailaor, bailador y bailarín? bailaor: flamenco dancer bailador: non-professional dancer bailarín: professional dancer Or is there another difference?
Feb 4, 2017 3:50 PM
Answers · 7
bailaor: flamenco dancer bailador:someone who dances or someone who dances popular music from Spain, specially from Andalucia bailarín: someone who dances and a professional dancer You can find these 3 words in the dictionary ( www.rae.es) Ah! I forgot: andalusian people eat the letters when they speak so I can say that 'bailaor' and ' bailador' is the same: Eg: ¿Te has ido ya?” =“¿Tas ío ya?“? Lo mismo con tó (todo), ná (nada), pá (para),,pescao (pescado) Hope it makes sense
February 4, 2017
hello bailaor: it does not exist in our diccionary, but it is vulgar form of bailador. Bailador: "flamenco"dancer, profesional or not Bailarin: dancer (all kind dance), profesional or not
February 4, 2017
Thanks, Micaela!
February 4, 2017
Thats correct
February 4, 2017
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