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  • n. A Venezuelan genre of music with African influences and drumming.


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Borrowed from Spanish parranda.


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  • ¿Cómo difiere un fin de semana tomando de una parranda?

    Weekend drinking

  • Una parranda can be anything from visiting with friends at their house (whether or not beer is involved) to going out to the bar, the club, or the bullfights.

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  • During this long Christmas season, every household is prepared, because you never know when a parranda might land on your front door.

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  • Indeed, the gossips say Tere is the type who is "always 'de parranda,' looking for a good time anytime, anywhere, and with anyone."

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  • ¿Acaso esa fuente se va de parranda con el director de Semana y con algunos periodistas de ese medio?

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  • Add the rhythmic, ratchety sound of a guiro, along with a singer or two, and you have a basic parranda.

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  • The impromptu party lasts half an hour or so before the hosts join in the parranda as it moves on to another house.

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  • At the conference yesterday, I joked that a White House initiative I am assisting with is like a parranda, the Puerto Rican Christmas ritual were groups of people go door-to-door pulling others into the revelries. News

  • So what does this Palin parranda of information and analysis mean to mamis of color, Latina mamis like me?

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