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maduro

[ muh-door-oh ]
/ məˈdʊər oʊ /
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adjective (of cigars)
strong and darkly colored.
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Origin of maduro

1885–90; <Spanish <Latin mātūrus ripe
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British Dictionary definitions for maduro

maduro
/ (məˈdʊərəʊ) /

adjective
(of cigars) dark and strong
noun plural -ros
a cigar of this type

Word Origin for maduro

Spanish, literally: ripe, from Latin mātūrus ripe, mature
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