Traducción de conga en español:

conga

conga, n.

Pronunciación: /ˈkɑŋɡə//ˈkɒŋɡə/

nombre

  • 1

    (dance)
    conga femenino
    • I knew it was going to be a long day when I saw three penguins dancing the conga across the main reception hall.
    • They end with the him leading a conga around the crowded venue.
    • Later they danced the conga and had an erotic dancer on stage.
    • Inside the Big Swan Stadium, celebrating England fans danced a massive conga through the stands, carrying Japanese children on their shoulders.
    • There's as much boogie-woogie in its movements as conga and tango.
    • At 9.30 am, I find myself dancing the conga with 100 Ghanaian women.
    • Then the band played ‘Road to Amarillo’ and the guests danced the conga through the hotel, and the men played rugby in their kilts at midnight.
    • We then dance the conga, party until we drop, and wake up in a world of health for all.
    • This involves a series of rather complex situations (including the above mentioned conga and also an amazing illuminated bustier).
    • The cadets do a Copacabana-style conga, and the cops do a wicked Irish dance parody - instantly recognizable.
    • Last week, 65 students danced the conga through the centre of town.
    • Made in Manchester, finished in Liverpool - the next thing you know we will be doing a victory conga the length of the East Lancs Road!
  • 2also conga drum

    (feminine plural) congas