bolero bolero  /boʊ ˈlɛ roʊ/


  1. (n) music written in the rhythm of the bolero dance
  2. (n) a short jacket; worn mostly by women
  3. (n) a Spanish dance in triple time accompanied by guitar and castanets


  1. I loved the short cyclamen dress embroidered with rosettes and the black sequined shorts with a matching bolero jacket had the classic feeling of Yves Saint Laurent.
  2. It is a cancion bolero with a lovely, lazy melody and a fetching Franz Lehar swipe at the end of the middle part, and Senor Armengod has the voice to sing it bravely.
  3. His frenzied ritual dance around the slain animal, joined by three women, was a bolero of stabbing rhythm.



  1. "I am extremely delighted to own the very first Bolero Special Edition and thank Mahindra & Mahindra for this special gesture. With its rugged looks and power-packed performance, the Bolero Special Edition should be a great drive and I'm looking...
    on Jan 3, 2008 By: Robin Uthappa Source: (press release)

  2. Shakira added: "The bolero is in my blood. That is the Colombia I wanted to share."
    on Nov 26, 2007 By: Shakira Source: Daily Star

  3. "February 14, to a lot of people it's Valentine's Day but to us it's Bolero Day," Dean said.
    on Feb 11, 2009 By: Christopher Dean Source: The Canberra Times

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