cha-cha cha-cha


  1. (n) a modern ballroom dance from Latin America; small steps and swaying movements of the hips
  2. (v) dance the cha-cha


  1. Four months after the Federal Trade Commission accused him of boosting his $45 million-a-year business by deception and coercion (PTI, April 11), Dancer Arthur Murray cha-chaed .
  2. A former Russian army captain from Moscow joined us after a time for a round of "cha-cha," as Georgian vodka is known.
  3. Searches for the leggy blonde finalist in the show's second season weren't for her samba, waltz or cha-cha; searchers were primarily interested in finding pictures, specifically .



  1. "Parts were magic, parts were tragic," said Len. "The cha-cha-cha part was very good."
    on Sep 22, 2009 By: Len Goodman Source: FOXNews

  2. "My statements before the media yesterday were taken out of context. What I've said was that if talks on cha-cha [charter change] are elevated to the Senate, I am ready to keep an open mind about it only if, and I stress, only if the proposals to be...
    on Feb 5, 2009 By: Juan Ponce Enrile Source: GMA

  3. Carrie Ann Inaba said "That was rock-n-roll, but it wasn'ta Cha-Cha."
    on Mar 19, 2007 By: Carrie Ann Inaba Source: Reality TV Magazine

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