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|French to English translations [Non-PRO]|
|French term or phrase: Guincher|
|English translation:To dance|
This term is quite easy really... although it is not in many dictionaries. It means "to dance". Plain and simple.
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VI (= danser) = to dance. from the old French "guenchir" to mean "obliquer"; from "guinche" (1821) meaning "bal public".
Without any further info, impossible to say whether anything other than an ordinary familiar verb for "dance". If your context is modern and liveley, you may be able to use something like "bop"?!
Petit Larousse 2000, Nouveau Petit Robert 1993
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