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Charleston
American English: /ˈtʃɑrlstən/
British English: /ˈtʃɑːlst(ə)n/
, /ˈtʃɑːlzt(ə)n/

Translation of Charleston in Spanish:

noun

uncountable and countable
  • Example sentences
    • The forerunners of all the swing dances, namely the charleston and particularly the lesser known collegiate, are responsible for the existence of the shag.
    • From tap to tango, Cuban salsa to the charleston, lambada to lindy hop, the most dazzling duos will be setting the dance floor and the nation's hearts alight in the hope of winning viewers' votes.
    • Over time, a faster version was born, absorbing extra elements of ragtime such as the charleston.

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