noun, plural gau·chos [gou-chohz; Spanish gou-chaws]. /ˈgaʊ tʃoʊz; Spanish ˈgaʊ tʃɔs/.
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Origin of gaucho
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Example sentences from the Web for gaucho
The eye of the gaucho flashed at the insult; he applied his finger to the trigger, and the charge flew.
While we were proceeding, I related to the gaucho my life and adventures, as far as I thought necessary he should know.
"All," answered the gaucho, with his eye fixed on the pieces of gold that Tyro amused himself by chinking in his hand.The Flying Horseman|Gustave Aimard
The landscape was in Gaucho days the same for hundreds of miles.South America Observations and Impressions|James Bryce
The gaucho remounted his horse, and set off; he soon disappeared in the darkness.The Insurgent Chief|Gustave Aimard