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Chaco

[ chah-kaw ]

noun

  1. a part of the Gran Chaco region in central South America, in Bolivia, Paraguay, and Argentina. About 100,000 sq. mi. (259,000 sq. km).


Chaco

/ ˈtʃako /

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Example Sentences

It isn’t officially summer in my house until my wife and I have the Z-shaped tan lines on our feet that a couple of days spent wearing Chaco sandals delivers.

Huckberry and Chaco have teamed up to release a beautiful edition of the famous shoe just in time for summer.

He showed me remnants of a thousand-year-old holy road for foot travel in the tradition of Chaco Canyon National Historic Park.

In the past few years many companies have been formed for cutting wood in the Gran Chaco and also for extracting tannin.

Some of the Gran Chaco tribes are said to be very fierce, and European travellers have been killed by them.

I sprang up and called to Loolowcan, in a resinous voice, "Mamook chaco cuitan; make come horse."

His chaco, cartridge-case, and white bandoleer with bayonet are grouped around the musket.

The land in Chaco given over to cotton yields, in good years, an average crop per acre of 1785 lb.

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