plural noun
1. (dance in triple time based on the seguidilla) 
Las muchachas se arrancaron a bailar por seguidillas.The girls started to dance seguidillas.
feminine noun
2. (poem with four or seven verses) 
Una seguidilla de Lope de Vega inspiró esta canción popular.A seguidilla by Lope de Vega was the inspiration for this popular song.
3. (traditional Spanish folk song) 
La seguidilla es un canto tradicional muy antigua.The seguidilla is a very old type of folk song.
4. (succession) 
a. series 
La empresa se disculpó por la seguidilla de errores..The company apologized for the series of errors.
b. string 
El cliente me llamó con una seguidilla de quejas sobre su estancia.The client phoned me with a string of complaints about his stay.
1. (literature) 
a. poem containing four or seven verses used in popular songs 
2. (cante flamenco) 
a. mournful flamenco song 
1 (Música) seguidilla dance and piece of music in a fast triple rhythm; (dance and piece of music in a fast triple rhythm)
2 (Literat) seguidilla poem with four to seven lines used in popular songs; (poem with four to seven lines used in popular songs)
una seguidilla de protestas a series of complaints
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