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- verb Simple past tense and past participle of
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Then he twirled, sambaed and sashayed across the cypress-planked floor.
BERLIN (AP) Brazil was ready to bring on Carnival, and so were the thousands of proud, loud fans who sambaed their way to Germany to cheer for the defending World Cup champions.
In Rio, Rousseff took the broom of a street sweeper and sambaed with him on the street.
Providing the flair they are known for on the football field, Brazil sambaed its way to what may well be an epic quarter final showdown against the Netherlands who provided a Dutch treat en route to ousting Slovakia for the third time with their 2-1 victory over Slovakia while
The Latin Americans sambaed through the bleachers to a song of their own singing, as the Dutch oompah-ed and the Americans bellowed from the side.