corrido

[kaw-ree-doh; Spanish kawr-ree-th aw]
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noun, plural cor·ri·dos [kaw-ree-dohz; Spanish kawr-ree-th aws] /kɔˈri doʊz; Spanish kɔrˈri ðɔs/.

a Mexican ballad or folksong about struggle against oppression and injustice.

Nearby words

  1. corresponding,
  2. corresponding angles,
  3. correspondingly,
  4. corresponsive,
  5. corrida,
  6. corridor,
  7. corridor of uncertainty,
  8. corridors of power,
  9. corrie,
  10. corrie-fisted

Origin of corrido

< Mexican Spanish, Spanish; see corrida

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Examples from the Web for corrido

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

    Filipino Popular Tales|Dean S. Fansler