Origin of cha-cha
Words nearby cha-cha
How to use cha-cha in a sentence
I worked in CHA housing projects for five years, processing public assistance applications.
“REVEALED; Why Blaz cha-ching, er, cha-changed his tune on horses,” the headline read.
I worked in CHA Housing Projects for five years, processing public assistance applications.Crime and Punishment, Chicago Style: Five Books on Life in Chi-Town|Alexai Galaviz-Budziszewski|April 8, 2014|DAILY BEAST
Millennials delighted in watching their favorite Science Guy cha-cha-cha on DWTS.Bill Nye on ‘Dancing With the Stars,’ Fabulous Things & Being Popular|Kevin Fallon|October 7, 2013|DAILY BEAST
Its origins and etymology are veiled in mystery: cha is Chinese for “tea,” but debates rage over those first two syllables.Is Celebrity Favorite Kombucha Really a Health and Anti-Aging Cure?|Anneli Rufus|February 28, 2012|DAILY BEAST
Foo Cha looked at him in despair; it was certainly not Knigenstein, nor was there any sign of his carriage in the street.
Foo Cha tried to shut the door in his face, but it was like pushing against a mountain.
Antechapel, an′te-cha-pl, n. the outer part of the west end of a college chapel.
He stopped once to pick a splinter out of his thumb and Jeffords, who was coming up, asked, "Ain't cha got no gloves?"The "Genius"|Theodore Dreiser
Thus armed, they secretly entered the house of Cha´ron, one of their friends in Thebes.The Story of the Greeks|H. A. Guerber