Tango (disambiguation)

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Tango is a social dance form including Argentine, Uruguayan, and international ballroom tango.

Tango may also refer to:

  • Argentine tango, a social dance form, the original form of tango
  • Brazilian tango, a dance, with its accompanying music, that originated in the Brazilian city of Rio de Janeiro
  • Tango music, a genre of music that originated in Argentina and Uruguay
  • Tango (flamenco), a song-form or instrumental-form of flamenco music

TANGO may also refer to:

  • The letter T in the NATO phonetic alphabet
    • and therefore, soldiers may use "Tango" as their slang for an enemy (T)arget
  • A variety of lettuce (Lactuca sativa var tango)

Works of music[edit]

Film[edit]

Organizations and companies[edit]

  • Tango (telecom), a mobile telephone operator in Luxembourg and Liechtenstein
  • T.TV, a television channel in Luxembourg formerly known as Tango TV
  • TV6 (Lithuania), also known as Tango TV in Lithuania
  • Command Post Tango, a U.S. military installation in South Korea

People[edit]

  • Tanguito (1945–1972), a.k.a. Tango, Argentine singer-songwriter
  • Tom Tango, sabermetrician

Performing arts[edit]

Places[edit]

Publishing[edit]

Software[edit]

Transport[edit]

Astronomy and space exploration[edit]

Other uses[edit]

  • Tango (drink), a soft drink manufactured in the United Kingdom
  • Adidas Tango, a type of football designed by Adidas
  • Air Canada Tango, a defunct low-cost airline launched by Air Canada
  • Tango 01, the call sign of the Boeing 757 presidential aircraft in Argentina's Agrupación Aérea Presidencial
  • a satellite as part of the project Prisma owned by the Swedish Space Corporation
  • Black Knights' Tango, a chess opening
  • Tango (mythology), the third child of the primordial mother goddess, Varima-te-takere
  • Project Tango, a smartphone project from Google

See also[edit]