Definition of ceroc in English:

ceroc

Syllabification: ce·roc
Pronunciation: /səˈräk
 
/

noun

chiefly British
A type of modern social dance having elements of rock and roll, jive, and salsa.
More example sentences
  • Performances will include swing, ceroc, salsa, rueda, rock ‘n’ roll, Latin American, hip hop and samba girls.
  • I think we should do a mesh - like start with part of a flamenco dance then merge through a salsa into some ceroc - something REALLY fast.
  • Having experimented with other styles including ceroc and salsa, Edwards believes old-fashioned wartime dances are more gentle and less intimidating for beginners.

Origin

1990s: invented word, apparently coined in English from French ce 'this' + roc 'rock'.

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