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habanera

División en sílabas: ha·ba·ne·ra
Pronunciación: /ˌhäbəˈne(ə)rə, -ˈny(ə)rə
 
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Definición de habanera en inglés:

sustantivo

A Cuban dance in slow duple time.
Example sentences
  • The influences that gave rise to the tango in the streets of Buenos Aires range from the Cuban habanera to Sicilian folk song and dance.
  • Traditional European dances were mixed with the habanera, a popular dance from Cuba, to form a new style, the milonga.
  • She's fashioned an album of salsa, calypso, habanera, mambo, meringue and other Caribbean rhythms.

Origen

late 19th century: Spanish, short for danza habanera 'dance of Havana'.

Words that rhyme with habanera

airer, bearer, carer, Clara, darer, declarer, Demerara, Éire, Halmahera, parer, Perak, primavera, repairer, Rivera, Riviera, Sarah, scarer, sharer, snarer, sparer, squarer, starer, swearer, tearer, wearer

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