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  • noun music A form of traditional drumming, and an associated form of dance, from Puerto Rico

Etymologies

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From Spanish bomba

Examples

  • Marlon Rivera, president of Publicis advertising agency in the Philippines, points to the disappearance of promotional billboards for so-called bomba genre films, which have racy themes and soft-core porn imagery.

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  • The bomba is a uniquely Puerto Rican musical genre for dance.

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  • She really laughed (and liked the idea) of "bomba" as second best.

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  • She really laughed (and liked the idea) of "bomba" as second best.

    corazon de melon?

  • She really laughed (and liked the idea) of "bomba" as second best.

    corazon de melon?

  • She really laughed (and liked the idea) of "bomba" as second best.

    corazon de melon?

  • She really laughed (and liked the idea) of "bomba" as second best.

    corazon de melon?

  • She really laughed (and liked the idea) of "bomba" as second best.

    corazon de melon?

  • She really laughed (and liked the idea) of "bomba" as second best.

    corazon de melon?

  • She really laughed (and liked the idea) of "bomba" as second best.

    corazon de melon?

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  • A variety of Spanish paella rice.

    September 26, 2010