cachucha

[kuh-choo-chuh; Spanish kah-choo-chah]
noun, plural cachuchas [kuh-choo-chuhz; Spanish kah-choo-chahs] .
1.
an Andalusian dance resembling the bolero.
2.
the music for this dance.

Origin:
1830–40; < Spanish: perhaps literally, fragment; of obscure origin

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cachucha (kəˈtʃuːtʃə)
 
n
1.  a graceful Spanish solo dance in triple time
2.  music composed for this dance
 
[C19: from Spanish]

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After the cachucha is simmered until soft, the bones are removed.
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