- (of cigars) light-colored and, usually, mild.
- such a cigar.
Origin of claro
1890–95; < Spanish < Latin clārus clear
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Examples from the Web for claro
For some weeks afterwards the word "Claro" became our bugbear.
Claro sonitu, says the learned Michael Ranfft, in his curious and elaborate work, de masticatione mortuorum.Curiosities of Medical Experience
J. G. (John Gideon) Millingen
The cow followed me at a furious pace, and behind came Claro at a swinging gallop.The Purple Land
W. H. Hudson
We asked the waiter what the flavour was, but our Spanish broke down under the strain, and the waiter said "Claro" and went away.
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- a mild light-coloured cigar
from Spanish: clear
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