cachaca

or ca·cha·ça

[kuh-shah-suh]
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Contemporary Examples of cachaca

  • One, Cachaca, closed in mid-March, partly because of rising rents.

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Historical Examples of cachaca

  • A couple of hours before sundown, the old fellow looked in at the inn for his usual glass of cachaca.