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cha-cha-cha

noun [C] us   /ˌtʃɑː.tʃɑːˈtʃɑː/ (also cha-cha, uk   /ˈtʃɑː.tʃɑː/ )
an energetic modern dance, originally from South America, involving small fast steps and movement of the bottom from side to side, or a piece of music written for this dance
Translations of “cha-cha-cha”
in Chinese (Traditional) 恰恰舞(曲)…
in Chinese (Simplified) 恰恰舞(曲)…
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