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See also: charró
charro (plural charros)
- A type of Mexican horseman.
- 2007 August 21, Dave Kehr, “New DVDs”, in New York Times:
- The star is Jorge Negrete, a tall baritone with a pencil mustache who appeared as a singing charro in a few dozen ranchero musicals.
- 2006 July 28, Susannah J. Felts, “Wanna See Something Really Weird?”, in Chicago Reader:
- The show features a revolving roster of "freaks" both born and made: at Ozzfest the former included Jessie the Half-Boy; a "wolf-boy" from Mexico dressed in a charro suit and sombrero; and the aforementioned Punkin Head, aka Scott the Cyclops, who capitalizes on his empty eye socket with various props including, as Harck promises, his own tongue.
- 1994 May 6, Carmela Rago, “Not From Around Here”, in Chicago Reader:
- But he's also evolved from the mythic Mexican cowboy of the 19th century, the charro, who even if he had nothing else had balls.
- (usually in the plural) Short for charro bean.
- Hyphenation: char‧ro
charro m (plural charros)
- (colloquial) joint, a cigarette containing cannabis.
- coarse, vulgar
- Synonym: aldeano
- (slang, US, Texas) A short form of frijoles a la charra, that is, pinto or pink beans boiled with condiments but otherwise plain and simple.
- from Salamanca