There are 2 main translations of salsa in English:

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salsa 1

adjetivo

  • (México) [familiar] se cree muy salsa con las chavas
    he thinks he's a real hit with the girls
    [familiar]
    son muy salsas para los negocios
    they're really good when it comes to business
    they're really sharp businessmen

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There are 2 main translations of salsa in English:

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salsa 2

sustantivo femenino

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  • Toma clases de salsa o sal a patinar por el centro de la ciudad.
  • Vamos a bailar al ritmo de la salsa romántica.
  • El mismo personal del Embrujo pero al ritmo de salsa.

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