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- n. A simple dance step in which two people, initially facing each other, walk around each other while always facing the same direction, going back to back. The phrase comes from French dos-à-dos , meaning "back to back", and is sometimes spelt dosido or do-si-do or dos à dos.
- v. Also used as a verb, you can say "dosado your partner"
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There is also the “dosado,” where the dog starts in front of me again and we pass right shoulders as we circle around and return to the starting place.
Circle to the right, Swing your neighbor on the right, dosado, swing to your right and head home pass neighbor left
So call it a dosado--colloquially, a "dosey-do"--a pas de deux or a tango: Lack is two-stepping out of the CEO spot--and taking the chairmanship from Rolf Schmidt-Holtz, who in turn takes the CEO's reins from Lack.
Ol 'Time, the duo plans to dosado with their three young kids in tow.
He coached us through each step: dosado, arm turn, hand star, courtesy turn, and promenade.
"It takes about five minutes, and you explain to people what a dosado is and how to swing their partner and swing their corner.