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Definition of -CHA
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- [informal, used only after a [t] sound] [eye dialect of, you, ya]
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Dancing Lessons (2011)
How I Found Passion and Potential on the Dance Floor and in Life by Cheryl Burke
The cha-cha-cha is a fast, upbeat dance—cheeky and flirtatious with lots of hip action.
by Cassidy Yoder
The Cha-Cha is a fun, flirty, lighthearted dance that gets its distinctive "cha, cha, cha" rhythm because there are 5 steps danced to four beats. Dancers work parallel with each other in well synchronized movements sometimes employing the ...
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Mike shouldn't hold Mortimer Cha-Cha
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