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duro

[ door-oh; Spanish doo-raw ]
/ ˈdʊər oʊ; Spanish ˈdu rɔ /
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noun, plural du·ros [door-ohz; Spanish doo-raws]. /ˈdʊər oʊz; Spanish ˈdu rɔs/.
a peso of Spain or Spanish America.
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Origin of duro

1825–35; <Spanish, short for peso duro hard piastre; see dure1
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British Dictionary definitions for duro

duro
/ (ˈdʊərəʊ) /

noun plural -ros
the silver peso of Spain or Spanish America

Word Origin for duro

from Spanish, shortened from peso duro hard peso, ultimately from Latin dūrus hard
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