noun, plural du·ros [doo r-ohz; Spanish doo-raws] /ˈdʊər oʊz; Spanish ˈdu rɔs/.
Origin of duro
Examples from the Web for duro
Contemporary Examples of duro
A Fashion Week pop-up exhibition by designer Duro Olowu exhibits his enthusiastic, art-influenced worldview.Designer Duro Olowu Mixes Fashion and Art in Pop-Up Exhibition
February 12, 2012
Historical Examples of duro
A peso, or duro, is the same as our dollar: it is a silver coin.
She had given him a duro, one of those white discs which, in that atheistic age, so rarely ascended that mountain trail!The Torrent
Vicente Blasco Ibaez
Duro li sar a ricalcitrare a Dio, se tutto lo sforzo umano avessero.A Decade of Italian Women, vol. I (of 2)
T. Adolphus Trollope
The deficiency was remedied by the soldier who was in charge of me for the consideration of a duro.The Memoires of Casanova, Complete
Jacques Casanova de Seingalt
Duro has of late published in his Coln y Pinzon what purports to be a list of their names.