"sapateado" meaning in Portuguese

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Noun

IPA: /sa.ˌpa.t͡ʃi.ˈa.du/ [Brazil], /sa.pa.ˈt͡ʃja.du/ [Brazil], /sa.ˌpa.te.ˈa.do/ [South-Brazil], /sa.pa.ˈt͡ʃja.do/ [South-Brazil], /sɐ.pɐ.ˈtja.ðu/ [Portugal]
Etymology: From sapatear, from sapato (“shoe”) +‎ -ear. Etymology templates: {{m|pt|sapatear}} sapatear, {{af|pt|sapato|-ear|nocat=1|pos=frequentative suffix|t1=shoe}} sapato (“shoe”) +‎ -ear Head templates: {{pt-noun|m}} sapateado m (plural sapateados) Forms: sapateados [plural]
  1. tap dance (rhythmic dance in which the heels and toes of the dancer’s shoes make a series of clicks) Tags: masculine Categories (topical): Dance
    Sense id: sapateado-pt-noun--Xo9E51M Disambiguation of Dance: 59 41

Verb

IPA: /sa.ˌpa.t͡ʃi.ˈa.du/ [Brazil], /sa.pa.ˈt͡ʃja.du/ [Brazil], /sa.ˌpa.te.ˈa.do/ [South-Brazil], /sa.pa.ˈt͡ʃja.do/ [South-Brazil], /sɐ.pɐ.ˈtja.ðu/ [Portugal]
Etymology: From sapatear, from sapato (“shoe”) +‎ -ear. Etymology templates: {{m|pt|sapatear}} sapatear, {{af|pt|sapato|-ear|nocat=1|pos=frequentative suffix|t1=shoe}} sapato (“shoe”) +‎ -ear Head templates: {{head|pt|past participles|feminine singular|sapateada|masculine plural|sapateados|feminine plural|sapateadas}} sapateado (feminine singular sapateada, masculine plural sapateados, feminine plural sapateadas), {{pt-pp|sapatead|sapatear}} sapateado (feminine singular sapateada, masculine plural sapateados, feminine plural sapateadas) Forms: sapateada [feminine, singular], sapateados [masculine, plural], sapateadas [feminine, plural]
  1. masculine singular past participle of sapatear Tags: form-of, masculine, participle, past, singular Form of: sapatear
    Sense id: sapateado-pt-verb-ergPif9P

Inflected forms

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