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polka

noun [C]
 
 
/ˈpɒl.kə/ US  /ˈpoʊl-/
a fast active dance that was popular in the 19th century, or a piece of music that can be used for this dance
波爾卡舞(19世紀流行的輕快舞蹈);波爾卡舞曲
Names of dancesMusical pieces
Translations of “polka”
in Vietnamese điệu nhảy pôn-ka…
in Spanish polka…
in Thai จังหวะเต้นรำ…
in Malaysian polka…
in French polka…
in German die Polka…
in Indonesian semacam tarian gembira…
in Russian полька…
in Turkish polka dansı, polka müziği…
in Chinese (Simplified) 波尔卡舞(19世纪流行的轻快舞蹈), 波尔卡舞曲…
in Polish polka…
(Definition of polka from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Traditional) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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