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How to use gringo in a sentence
While gringo-run restaurants with standard international menus full of imported ingredients rule many resort towns, they aren’t where most Ticos opt to eat.Everything You Need to Know About Costa Rican Food|Nicholas Gill|November 11, 2020|Eater
The story of their visit quickly spread among the ‘Gringo Trail’ and McFadden lucked into a business as the unofficial tour guide.
After that, backpackers on the South American ‘Gringo Trail’ began touring and partying in San Pedro.
The ladies generally prefer marrying a Gringo to a Paisanito.
The man wavered a second, then laughed cunningly, "A crucifix means nothing to a Gringo, and fear makes liars of all men."The Long Dim Trail|Forrestine C. Hooker
The Mexicans were convinced that a large force of Gringo Diablos were at hand, and they feared for their lives.Life and adventures of Frank and Jesse James|J. A. Dacus
Allied troops had reached the Gringo, five miles north of Monte Lisser.
He had surprised his daughter and the Gringo holding hands and exchanging kisses in a grove near the house.The Four Horsemen of the Apocalypse|Vicente Blasco Ibanez
British Dictionary definitions for gringo
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Cultural definitions for gringo
In Latin America, a foreigner, especially a North American or Englishman; usually a term of contempt.