A full turn of the body on the point of the toe or the ball of the foot in ballet.(noun)
To execute a pirouette.(verb-intransitive)
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Use "pirouette" in a sentence
"When a child at play stands on its head with its heels self-balanced in the air, making itself a pyramid instead of cutting a pirouette, that is, in the language of mothers and nurses, _far la"
"He twirled in a kind of pirouette to evade an oncoming attack, then jumped to perform a spin kick."
"Harry doubled up with silent laughter as Crabbe did a kind of pirouette in midair, trying to see who had thrown it."