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NounEdit

gauchos

  1. plural of gaucho
  2. Calf-length trousers with flared legs.
    • 1978, Richard Rhodes, Holy Secrets[1], →ISBN, page 144:
      She wore gauchos and boots and a gypsy blouse and a vest.
    • 2003, Linda M. Rio, The Anorexia Diaries[2], →ISBN, page 10:
      She wore her gauchos (pants) and pink top, white sweater cape.
    • 2004, Sydney Molare, Grandmama's Mojo Still Working[3], →ISBN, page 47:
      Petite, with full facial makeup, Madame A is dressed fashionably as always, wearing gauchos with a matching top.

SpanishEdit

PronunciationEdit

  • IPA(key): /ˈɡaut͡ʃos/, [ˈɡau̯t͡ʃos]

AdjectiveEdit

gauchos m pl

  1. Masculine plural of adjective gaucho.

NounEdit

gauchos m pl

  1. plural of gaucho