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conjunto

[ kuhn-hoon-toh; Spanish kawn-hoon-taw ]
/ kənˈhʊn toʊ; Spanish kɔnˈhun tɔ /
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noun, plural con·jun·tos [kuhn-hoon-tohz; Spanish kawn-hoon-taws]. /kənˈhʊn toʊz; Spanish kɔnˈhun tɔs/.
(in Latin America or Hispanic communities) a dance band comprised of an accordion, a twelve-string bass guitar, a double bass, and drums.
this style of popular dance music, based on polka, waltz, and bolero rhythms.
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Origin of conjunto

First recorded in 1995–2000; from Spanish: literally, “ensemble”; see origin at conjunct, junta
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