noun, plural mon·te·ros [mon-tair-ohz; Spanish mawn-te-raws] /mɒnˈtɛər oʊz; Spanish mɔnˈtɛ rɔs/.
- monterey bay,
- monterey cypress,
- monterey jack,
- monterey park,
- monterey pine,
- monterosso al mare,
- montes apenninus
Origin of montero
Examples from the Web for montero
But the evidence against Montero and Mata seemed like a slam-dunk.
As to his army, it had nothing to expect from Montero either; not even a month's pay.
These were the leading incidents of Montero's campaign in the Crow country.The Adventures of Captain Bonneville|Washington Irving
Every little town had its cock-pit and every montero or guajiro sacrificed his wages to taste the excitement of that spectacle.The History of Cuba, vol. 2|Willis Fletcher Johnson