Translation of samba in Spanish:

samba

samba, n.

Pronunciation: /ˈsæmbə//ˈsɑmbə//ˈsambə/

noun

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    (masculine or feminine) samba
    • Dances like the samba, rhumba, cha-cha, and mambo were the sexiest things that white people were allowed to do until the twist came along, and Cugie was always there to fill the bill.
    • Brazilian samba also appears in the global music and dance show, tomorrow from 6.30 pm.
    • They lit fireworks, danced the samba and waved flags emblazoned with the red star, but Brazil's left scored only a partial victory in a presidential race that now goes to a second round.
    • A young Brazilian chorus called Crianca Feliz dressed in colorful T-shirts sang and danced a samba inside the Sun Yat-sen Memorial Hall auditorium, preceded by a trio of singers from Argentina.
    • Musical groups danced the samba all the way, beating bongo drums and shaking tambourines.

intransitive verb

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    bailar la samba
    bailar el samba