bachata translation | Spanish-English dictionary

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bachata

  
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See also:

bachatear, bacha, bachatero, baca

"bachata": examples and translations in context
Bebé, todos tus ringtones son de música bachata. Baby, all your ringtones are bachata music.
Toby fue vocalista del grupo Aventura por unos seis años. Así aprendió mucho sobre la bachata y más tarde empezó a formar su propio estilo como solista. A former vocalist in the group Aventura for about six years, Toby Love learned a lot about bachata and began developing his own style as a solo artist with a ne...
Tengo trabajo y tú bachata, al parecer. I got work, and you've got bachata, apparently.
El objetivo principal de Toby es hacer que el género de bachata sea accesible a todos los jóvenes urbanos del mundo. The goal of this Puerto Rican artist is to make bachata accessible to young urban kids all over the world.
Juntos con sus voces privilegiadas y en armonía ellos cantan bachata, un género musical que ha sido enriquecido por letra muy romántica y nuevos sonidos, haciéndolo más universal. Together with their privileged voices perfectly in harmony they sing bachata, a musical genre which has been enriched with very romantic lyrics and new sounds, making it more universal.
De las tierras rurales de la República Dominica de principios de los años sesenta viene este género conocido como bachata. From the rural lands of the Dominican Republic during the early 1960s comes the genre known as bachata.
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