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rumba

Translation of rumba in English:

sustantivo femenino

Example sentences
  • Luego de la quema de los monigotes se prende la rumba.
  • No porque seamos exquisitos intérpretes de la rumba cubana.
  • La chica fue atacada al retornar de una rumba y en pleno camino quedó muerta.

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