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milonga

  
  (Cono Sur)      sf  
1    *   (=mentirilla)   fib *  , tale
2    (=baile)   type of dance and music from the River Plate Region   type of dance and music from the River Plate Region  
3    (=fiesta)   party
4    (=cotilleo)   gossip
Translation Spanish - English Collins Dictionary  
See also:

milano, minga, milagro, millón

"milonga": examples and translations in context
Recuerdo la primera vez que escuche milonga y tango a conciencia a los 19 años -señaló en su oportunidad De la Serna-. I remember the first time I listened to milonga and tango when I was 19 -De la Serna said once-.
Pero el tango, la milonga, hasta la rumba fueron bailados primero de algún modo por africanos. But the tango, the milonga, and even the rumba were first danced in some form by Africans.
Actualmente da clases, talleres y seminarios de Tango y Milonga en Suiza. Currently, he gives courses, teaches workshops and seminars on Tango in Geneva and the surrounding region.
Andá a la milonga y sacala a bailar. Go to the club and ask her to dance.
3º Noche de milonga en el patio. 3rd Native music night in the yard.
Albornoz pasa silbando, una milonga entrerriana, bajo el... Por el garden of nacar of mow nubes culminated. El alcohol of mow noches baila in known corazon.
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