from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- n. A rhythmic ballroom dance that originated in Latin America.
- intransitive v. To perform this dance.
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- n. A ballroom dance to a Latin American rhythm.
- n. The music for this dance.
- v. To dance the cha-cha.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. a modern ballroom dance from Latin America; it uses two slow steps followed by three quick small steps, with swaying movements of the hips, and has many variations of movements based on that rhythm.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- v. dance the cha-cha
- n. a modern ballroom dance from Latin America; small steps and swaying movements of the hips
The workouts here each feature one Latin dance style -- cha-cha, salsa, merengue, samba or rhumba.
You learn moves derived from the cha-cha, samba and jive, Ross says.
The cha-cha — making it straight-legged and technically perfect.
The Disney star has her work cut out for her this week: Besides two individual routines, she will face off with the other three couples in a winner-takes-all cha-cha with 15 points on the line.
Are you more focused on the individual dances or the cha-cha?
This is the third time all of you will be doing the cha-cha.
Kane: Laughs The cha-cha has made a lot of appearances this year!
Noelle grabbed me up in her arms and, with an incredibly straight face, started to lead me in what I think was a cha-cha.
Our cha-cha is just going to be a straight-out cha-cha.
She picked the team's song "Tonight" by Enrique Iglesias... which is now Auto-Tuned for a futuristic cha-cha?
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