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Definition of "cha-cha-cha" [cha-cha-cha]

  • Cha-cha (noun)

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Use "cha-cha-cha" in a sentence
  • ""It's all about the look and absolutely no dancing whatsoever: six-eighths of just standing while Ola dances around you isn't what I'd call a cha-cha-cha.""
  • "America has always loved Latin American dance music – from tango to cha-cha-cha to bossa nova – but none of these crazes were quite as big as mambo."
  • "The same way that North American big band jazz is closely intertwined with popular dance music, Latin Jazz does a perennial cha-cha-cha back-and-forth with salsa and mambo and other terpsichorean forms."