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reggae

noun [U] uk   us   /ˈreɡ.eɪ/
a type of popular music from Jamaica, with a strong second and fourth beat
Translations of “reggae”
in Arabic موسيقى الريجي…
in Korean 레게(음악)…
in Malaysian reggae…
in Turkish Jamaika müziği…
in Italian musica reggae…
in Chinese (Traditional) (源自牙買加的流行音樂)雷蓋…
in Russian регги…
in Polish reggae…
in Vietnamese nhạc reggae…
in Spanish Reggae…
in Portuguese reggae…
in Thai ดนตรีแนวเร็กเก้…
in Catalan reggae…
in Japanese レゲエ(ジャマイカの音楽)…
in Indonesian musik reggae…
in Chinese (Simplified) (源自牙买加的流行音乐)雷盖…
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