noun, plural cua·dril·las [kwah-dree-yuhz, -dreel-yuhz; Spanish kwah-three-lyahs, -three-yahs]. /kwɑˈdri yəz, -ˈdril yəz; Spanish kwɑˈðri lyɑs, -ˈðri yɑs/.
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Origin of cuadrilla
Example sentences from the Web for cuadrilla
A servant of the hotel announced that the carriage with the cuadrilla had arrived.
The cuadrilla entirely disappeared, as if it had been suddenly buried beneath the formidable mass of its adversaries.The Rebel Chief|Gustave Aimard
He went, about two hours back, to the camp of the Cuadrilla to bring help.
A bad man, that Juaniyo would not keep in his cuadrilla if he had any pride!
Certainly; he intends to join the Cuadrilla this evening at the ford of the Rubio.