pas de bas???
But apparently, doing a pas de bas was completely beyond him, and the progressive dances – where you had to keep changing partners – utterly baffled him.
I would like to know what does " pas de bas" here mean. Thanks .
I think you many be talking about the French "Pas de Basque" which is often anglicised to sound like "Pas de bas"
I think in French it means step of the Basques.
It is a dance step in ballet and in scottish country dancing.
You can Google it.
October 27, 2019
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