[ US /ˈtæŋɡoʊ/ ]
[ UK /tˈæŋɡə‍ʊ/ ]
  1. dance a tango
  1. music written in duple time for dancing the tango
  2. a ballroom dance of Latin-American origin
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How To Use tango In A Sentence

  • There's as much boogie-woogie in its movements as conga and tango.
  • Leaving aside the forgettable Mirage, FM's next most significant moment was 1987's Tango in the Night, the album that Buckingham rescued from the band's coked out indifference, at the cost of his own departure.
  • A drop-dead-gorgeous crowd was tangoing away in a makeshift, open-air amphitheater.
  • I did some Coca-Cola ads for South America and they wanted a tango, samba and cha-cha-cha music, and all of the basic ideas came from CDs I'd worked on for WMN.
  • The band struck up a tango.
  • This style of shooting matches up beautifully with tango music.
  • She shifts effortlessly from folk and blues to upbeat tangos and haunting instrumentals, all interspersed with humorous tales of her life on the road.
  • We follow each class through ten weeks of practice, with 10- and 11-year-olds learning to dance in styles such as swing, rumba, meringue and tango.
  • Shizuko is a famous tango dancer and deferential wife, who is kidnapped by yakuza as payment for her businessman husband's debts.
  • He caps them with the theme rewritten as a polka/waltz, a tango, a czardas, in ragtime, and ‘in the style of film music.’
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