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[postpositive] (of a position) stretched out or held tautly:‘battement tendu’
- ‘She would often work on tendu or pas de chat for the entire lesson.’
- ‘I think about what kind of imagery I can use to help an 8-or 9-year-old learn a tendu.’
- ‘Standing in first position, dancers tendu to second to show alignment and placement.’
- ‘In barre work, people do tendu after tendu.’
- ‘She could tendu beautifully, roll up into relevé, and even go onto full pointe.’
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