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Multiple Meanings
bolero — as in:  danced a Spanish bolero

They played castanets as they danced a bolero.
a style of dance to slow-tempo music that is especially popular in Spain; or music written in the rhythm for the dance
bolero — as in:  wore a bolero

She wore suede boots and a bolero.
a short tailored jacket; worn mostly by women

Bolero is also the inspiration and title of what is arguably Maurice Ravel’s most famous classical composition for orchestra.
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