Definitions

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  • verb Present participle of samba.

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Examples

  • I slipped off my bar stool and took both his hands, already sambaing as I carved out a path to the dance floor.

    Elixir

  • DJ opens up with a good set, then on comes Senhor Beija-flor and his ensemble, who do basically every samba greatest hit since God was a boy, and the whole place is sambaing now it's all in the ass --the hips do double beat, the top half hardly moves.

    A Life Less Ordinary

  • For Julia her participation wouldn't be a first since she debuted sambaing in the avenue, two years ago, when she was five and appeared among the sambistas on Marquês de Sapucaí, the Sambadrome's avenue.

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  • And one more thing: I'd read about tourists who paid to participate in the Samba Parade (their money helps the groups that perform; and in a parade of 4,000, no one notices a few awkwardly sambaing gringos).

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  • And one more thing: I'd read about tourists who paid to participate in the Samba Parade (their money helps the groups that perform; and in a parade of 4,000, no one notices a few awkwardly sambaing gringos).

    The Globe and Mail - Home RSS feed

  • For Julia her participation wouldn't be a first since she debuted sambaing in the avenue, two years ago, when she was five and appeared among the sambistas on Marquês de Sapucaí, the Sambadrome's avenue.

    Home

  • "They want the first choice to buy the two boys," announced sambaing Santos president Luis Alvaro Ribeiro.

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