From King Dictionary of Contemporary English
Related topics: Dance
foxtrotfox‧trot /ˈfɒkstrɒt $ ˈfɑːkstrɑːt/ noun [countable] APDa formal dance which combines short quick steps with long slow steps, or a piece of music for this dancefoxtrot verb [intransitive]
Examples from the Corpus
foxtrotThe next dance was a foxtrot, but they continued to dance slowly.She got up and they completed a rather formal foxtrot amid the strange gyrations of the more experimental couples.The dancers are jumping up and down, no comparison to our foxtrots or waltzes.