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syrtaki

Saltos de línea: syr|taki
Pronunciación: /səːˈtaki
 
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(also sirtaki)

Definición de syrtaki en inglés:

sustantivo (plural syrtakis)

A Greek folk dance in which dancers form a line or chain.
Example sentences
  • But the Cypriots can rejoice as well as mourn, and they continue to dance the sirtaki and make wine and eat good food - and most of all, to celebrate the hospitality that is as much a part of their heritage as the sadness.
  • The sirtaki, a variation of the hasapiko, culminates with the ‘Zorba’ dance popularized in the movie Zorba the Greek.
  • Just after 11:00 p.m. I was about to leave, but the restaurant's owner refused to let me go until I danced a Sirtaki with him!

Origen

modern Greek, from Greek surtos 'drawn, led' + the diminutive suffix -aki.

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