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bandito

[ ban-dee-toh ]
/ bænˈdi toʊ /
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noun, plural ban·di·tos.
(especially in Mexico and Central America) an outlaw; bandit.
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Also bandido.

Origin of bandito

1585–95; <Italian; see bandit (or as pseudo-Spanish alteration of bandit)
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