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cha-cha / ˈchä ˌchä/ (also cha-cha-cha / chä/ ) • n. a ballroom dance with small steps and swaying hip movements, performed to a Latin American rhythm. ∎  music for or in the rhythm of such a dance. • v. (cha-chas , cha-chaed or cha-cha'd, cha-cha·ing ) [intr.] dance the cha-cha.

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