Translation of go-go in Spanish:

go-go

Pronunciation: /ˈgəʊgəʊ/

adjective/adjetivo

[colloquial/familiar] (before noun/delante del nombre)
  • 1 [bar/dancer] (a) gogó
    More example sentences
    • Participants got hip to this and more at Tease-O-Rama 2002, the second annual national convention devoted to reviving burlesque, go-go dancing, and vaudeville.
    • Sex, inevitably, plays a significant part in the music, particularly as Jake discovered a knack for performance during his successful stint as a go-go dancer, to raise funds for a European college trip.
    • Watching Shocore perform, I had to wonder what it is like to be one of the band's go-go dancers.
  • 2 (dynamic) [economy/plan] que promete rápidos beneficios

noun/nombre

  • uncountable/no numerable música (feminine) go-gó

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