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con·ga / ˈkäng/ • n. 1. a Latin American dance of African origin, usually with several people in a single line, one behind the other. 2. (also conga drum) a tall, narrow, low-toned drum beaten with the hands. • v. (-gas , -gaed / -gəd/ or -ga'd, -ga·ing / -gə-ing/ ) [intr.] dance the conga.

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