a rapid, gliding dance step forward or sideways
Origin of chasséFr, literally , a chasing, origin, originally , past participle of chasser: see catch
intransitive verb-·séd′, -·sé′ing
to perform this step
A ballet movement consisting of one or more quick gliding steps with the same foot always leading.
intransitive verbchas·séd, chas·sé·ing, chas·sés
To perform this movement.
Origin of chasseFrench from past participle of chasser to chase from Old French chacier ; see chase 1.
(third-person singular simple present chassés, present participle chasséing, simple past and past participle chasséd)
- (intransitive) To perform this step.