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13:07 Sep 13, 2001
Finnish to Swedish translations [Non-PRO]
Finnish term or phrase: rivitanssi
It's a dance style. you dance it in lines, often holding hands together. It comes from the Usa, you wear western-style clothes.
Pivi Terho

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4Line danceSerge L



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Line dance

I think that's the way to say it, even in Swedish. Search engines give lots of hits. The first link gives lots of explanations on how to dance it etc.

If you want a more Swedish-sounding word, it could be "linje-dance".

The second link shows some photos, so you can check if it's the same dance we are talking about ;-)


Serge L.

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