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corrido

[ kaw-ree-doh; Spanish kawr-ree-thaw ]
/ kɔˈri doʊ; Spanish kɔrˈri ðɔ /
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noun, plural cor·ri·dos [kaw-ree-dohz; Spanish kawr-ree-thaws]. /kɔˈri doʊz; Spanish kɔrˈri ðɔs/.
a Mexican ballad or folksong about struggle against oppression and injustice.
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Origin of corrido

<Mexican Spanish, Spanish; see corrida
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How to use corrido in a sentence

  • Nevertheless I have found no external evidence of a Tagalog corrido treating the story we have printed.

    Filipino Popular Tales|Dean S. Fansler
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