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boogie

verb [I]     /ˈbuː.ɡi/ ( present tense boogieing, past tense and past participle boogied) informal
to dance to pop music 隨流行音樂跳舞 We boogied away all night long. 我們狂舞了一個晚上。 Dance and choreography in general
boogie     noun [S]
I like a good boogie. 我喜歡痛痛快快地跳舞。 Dance and choreography in general
Translations of “boogie”
in Chinese (Simplified) 随流行音乐跳舞…
(Definition of boogie from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Traditional) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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