A rhythmic ballroom dance that originated in Latin America.(noun)
To perform this dance.(verb-intransitive)
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Use "cha-cha" in a sentence
"The workouts here each feature one Latin dance style -- cha-cha, salsa, merengue, samba or rhumba."
"You learn moves derived from the cha-cha, samba and jive, Ross says."
"The cha-cha — making it straight-legged and technically perfect."