[ uh-vahy-zoh ]
/ əˈvaɪ zoʊ /
noun, plural a·vi·sos.
a boat used especially for carrying dispatches; dispatch boat.
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Origin of aviso
1625–35; < Spanish, noun derivative of avisar to advise
Words nearby aviso
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Example sentences from the Web for aviso
The shipping-agent yields assent; inserts a second aviso in the Spanish paper, addressed to marineros of all nations.The Flag of Distress|Mayne Reid