English to Macedonian Meaning of rumba - румба

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Definitions of rumba in English
Noun(1) syncopated music in duple time for dancing the rumba(2) a folk dance in duple time that originated in Cuba with Spanish and African elements; features complex footwork and violent movement(3) a ballroom dance based on the Cuban folk dance
Verb(1) dance the rhumba
Examples of rumba in English
(1) It sounds like a wild street party featuring a Latin percussion band whose bells, shakers, electric piano, and flute combine to create an infectious rumba groove.(2) There are also two-days of intensive workshops in flamenco rhythms, singing, guitar, children's Spanish, rumba , castanette playing, men's flamenco and much more.(3) Blanche turns on the radio and begins to dance to a rumba that is playing.(4) They can also do the rumba , samba and the London Jive.(5) But after just a few months doing the rumba and the cha-cha together, he went a step further and proposed to Austrian-born Babette.(6) The Latino rhythms are very passionate and the rumba is known as the dance of love.(7) Overweight barmen slosh mojitos on the counter at great haste and orders are shouted against a backdrop of salsa and rumba .(8) On the dance floor these days, there are quite a few partners who are comfortable in T-shirts when the music calls for a jive, a samba, a rumba , a calypso, or even a good old waltz.(9) Jennifer Lopez tries shimmying back into her fans' hearts by teaching Richard Gere to rumba in this remake of the Japanese hit.(10) Director Marilyn Agrelo's feature debut follows the progress of NYC elementary school students as they learn to rumba and merengue their way to better posture, elevated social skills and a life on the straight and narrow.(11) Thanks to Isla's rapid success, the narrow, 55-seat L-shaped room already feels cramped, and the music is so loud and infectious that you resent the lack of enough room to rumba .(12) Ten piece band Havana Che, the result of a collaboration between the best Cuban and Irish musicians playing Latin music in the country, will provide the swinging salsa and rumba soundtrack for the evening.(13) Also included is the rumba , which is said to be the heartbeat of the Cuban people.(14) And it's not just the waltz I have been forced into learning, I have to tango, and rumba and do all this other stuff too.(15) They enjoy completing crossword puzzles together and up until a couple of years ago were still doing the rumba , tango, waltz and foxtrot at the Town Hall.(16) Dances like the rumba and cha-cha are very sexy, and offer a great opportunity for a couple to learn to move together well.
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Different Forms
rumba, rumbaed, rumbaing, rumbas
Word Example from TV Shows
I'm proficient in the rumba, waltz
and cha-cha.

I'm proficient in the RUMBA, waltz and cha-cha.

The Big Bang Theory Season 4, Episode 21

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