noun, plural ca·bil·dos [kah-veel-th aws; English kuh-bil-dohz] /kɑˈvil ðɔs; English kəˈbɪl doʊz/. Spanish.
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Historical Examples of cabildo
This building is the cabildo, or court-house, and dates from 1812.
They were licensed by the Cabildo of Buenos Aires, who received a third of the profits.Uruguay
W. H. Koebel
Since the year 1730, Montevideo had a Cabildo or Municipality.
How can I tell that the Cabildo itself is not in the conspiracy?
Evaristo with some of the Morenos of mine bust into the Cabildo and set me free.