tango

tango
noun
1. (Argentine dance) 
a. el tango (M) 
In my Latin dance class they taught us steps for salsa, cumbia, and tango.En mi clase de ritmos latinos nos enseñaron pasos de salsa, cumbia y tango.
2. (tango music) 
a. el tango (M) 
My brother is learning to play tango on the guitar.Mi hermano está aprendiendo a tocar tango en la guitarra.
intransitive verb
3. (to dance the tango) 
We were tangoing all night long and now my feet are hurt.Estuvimos bailando tango toda la noche y ahora me duelen los pies.
tango
Noun
1. (dance) 
a. el tango (M) 
intransitive verb
2. (general) 
a. bailar el tango 
3. (colloquial) 
it takes two to tangotiene que haber sido cosa de dos
tango [ˈtæŋɡəʊ]
noun
tangos (plural) tango (m)
intransitive verb
bailar el tango
it takes two to tango es cosa de dos

tango

tango
masculine noun
1. (Argentine dance) 
a. tango 
Voy a Buenos Aires a un festival de tango.I'm going to a tango festival in Buenos Aires.
2. (tango music) 
a. tango 
Astor Piazzolla compuso muchísimos tangos para piano y orquesta.Astor Piazzolla composed lots of tangos for piano and orchestra.
tango
Noun
1. (general) 
a. tango 
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