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charco

[ chahr-koh ]
/ ˈtʃɑr koʊ /
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noun, plural char·cos.Southwestern U.S.
a water hole, pool, or puddle.
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Origin of charco

An Americanism first recorded in 1885–90; from Latin American Spanish, Spanish; of obscure origin
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How to use charco in a sentence

  • But when he staggered to his feet his first move was to find his soap and towel and start for the /charco/.

  • But when he staggered to his feet his first move was to find his soap and towel and start for the charco.

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