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  • noun Plural form of bolero.

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Examples

  • Gormé is of Sephardic Jewish heritage, which definitely isn't gabacho, and recorded one of the most-beloved albums of Mexican abuelitas everywhere: Amor, a collection of Latin American boleros with the Mexican group Trio Los Panchos that's all about Los Panchos' twinkling triumvirate of guitars and Gormé's sighing voice--just play "Sabor a Mi" to any chica, and watch her chonis melt away, the raison d'etre for hombres from sunrise to sunset.

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  • Gormé is of Sephardic Jewish heritage, which definitely isn't gabacho, and recorded one of the most-beloved albums of Mexican abuelitas everywhere: Amor, a collection of Latin American boleros with the Mexican group Trio Los Panchos that's all about Los Panchos' twinkling triumvirate of guitars and Gormé's sighing voice--just play "Sabor a Mi" to any chica, and watch her chonis melt away, the raison d'etre for hombres from sunrise to sunset.

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  • Perhaps as a result, cardigans got a new groove, reviving shapes such as boleros and shrunken shrugs.

    Looking Coordinated With Cardigans

  • He became famous for his "boleros" (romantic ballads), which had their roots in Cuba in the 1800s, and the Cubans adopted him as one of their own.

    A legend in his time: composer Agustin Lara

  • Go for the boleros, not the children's songs. esperanza

    Mexican children's songs

  • Go for the boleros, not the children's songs. esperanza

    Mexican children's songs

  • Go for the boleros, not the children's songs. esperanza

    Mexican children's songs

  • Well ... for developing an ear for Spanish, I agree -- go for the boleros.

    Mexican children's songs

  • Well ... for developing an ear for Spanish, I agree -- go for the boleros.

    Mexican children's songs

  • Well ... for developing an ear for Spanish, I agree -- go for the boleros.

    Mexican children's songs

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