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cha-cha a modern ballroom dance that originated in Latin America, characterized by its triple beat. [1/2 definitions]
Charleston a lively ballroom dance that uses vigorous kicks and arm movements, popular in the United States in the 1920s. [1/3 definitions]
fox trot a ballroom dance in four-four time, consisting of a variety of short and long steps. [1/2 definitions]
merengue a fast ballroom dance that originated in the Dominican Republic and in which each partner characteristically holds one leg stiff while dancing.
one-step a ballroom dance that consists of an unbroken series of quick walking steps and is danced to ragtime music. [1/3 definitions]
rumba a complex ballroom dance in triple time that originated in Cuba. [1/3 definitions]
samba a Brazilian ballroom dance, or music for this dance. [1/2 definitions]
tango a Latin American ballroom dance with gliding steps and frequent, abrupt turns, often performed as an exhibition dance. [1/3 definitions]
two-step a ballroom dance, similar to a slow fox trot, in two-four time and characterized by long sliding steps. [1/2 definitions]