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hula also: hula-hula Pronunciation: / ˌhuːləˈhuːlə /
American English: /ˈhulə/
British English: /ˈhuːlə/

Translation of hula in Spanish:

noun

  • Example sentences
    • A brief featurette that looks at animating the hula dancing, an important part of Hawaiian culture.
    • Many of today's performers have had more formal dance training than their predecessors, embellishing the old bump-and-grind with samba, tap, belly dancing, jazz, hula, even capoeira.
    • Join in the revelry with the six-man entertainment group as they perform hula dances to the tune of Hawaiian guitars and songs.

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