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WordNet 3.0Copyright Princeton University


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A Polish folk dance.

Usage examples (4)
  • So under the swinging cross, sitting on my kitchen chair, playing the “Good Old Days” oberek just like I remembered the Chopin Group doing it on their recording, I bided...
  • I studied the titles—traditional ones like the oberek “Laseczku Mój Zielony,” and ones she’d written, polkas like “Shake It” and “Fool for Love.”
  • We’d sing, we’d dance, and when he’d had enough, we’d help my father put each of the records back into their sleeves, back into the case he’d organized alphabetically, from the...
  • There are five main dances: polonaise, kujawiak, mazur, oberek, and krakowiak. for more
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