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polka
American English: /ˈpoʊ(l)kə/
British English: /ˈpɒlkə/
, /ˈpəʊlkə/

Translation of polka in Spanish:

noun

  • polka (feminine)
    Example sentences
    • She notified her parents of her well-being, justified her expenditures and asked for more money, and kept her friends and family entertained with the details of Paris festivals and dancing the polka.
    • Traditional dances such as the krakowiak, oberek, mazur, and the zbo'jnicki will be enjoyed at such occasions, as well as the polka, a popular dance.
    • It was his flatmate who eventually roused them, crashing in through the front door exhorting the flat to come and see him dance the polka.

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