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tango1 British & World English

A ballroom dance originating in Buenos Aires, characterized by marked rhythms and postures and abrupt pauses

tango2 British & World English

An orange-yellow colour

it takes two to tango in tango1 British & World English

Both parties involved in a situation or argument are equally responsible for it

it takes two to tango British & World English

Both parties involved in a situation or argument are equally responsible for it

tango English-Spanish

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tango Spanish-English

tango

palmas de tango Spanish-English

slow handclap

palmas de tango Spanish-English

slow handclap

bailar un tango/vals in bailar Spanish-English

to tango/waltz, to dance a tango/waltz

it takes two to tango in tango English-Spanish

esas cosas no se hacen sin cooperación

se oían las cadencia de un tango in cadencia Spanish-English

the strains of a tango could be heard

se oyeron los primeros compases de un tango in compás Spanish-English

the opening bars of a tango could be heard