noun, plural mer·ca·dos [mer-kah-th aws] /mɛrˈkɑ ðɔs/. Spanish.
Examples from the Web for mercado
As a young woman who values her independence above all else, Mercado was suddenly living a total nightmare.
On Indiegogo, Mercado described how the thieves took more than just a set of wheels.
Despite the initial challenges, Mercado reports that most people in the industry have welcomed her with kindness.
Five months ago, Mercado was visiting a friend and left her chair outside a brownstone apartment.
Mercado made it so unpleasant that six other administrators were appointed in order to please him, but it was a vain attempt.The Old Franciscan Missions Of California|George Wharton James
Not far from this gate lies the Mercado situated in the middle of the old quarters of the city.Cathedral Cities of Spain|William Wiehe Collins
Is it not forbidden by the law of the land in which we are, even as it is forbidden for a gipsy to enter the mercado?
He set off in the lead, afoot, followed by the prisoners under escort, Mercado bringing up the rear with the girl.
Mercado looked up quickly, pleased with this mark of confidence from his uncommunicative chief.