noun, plural mon·te·ros [mon-tair-ohz; Spanish mawn-te-raws] /mɒnˈtɛər oʊz; Spanish mɔnˈtɛ rɔs/.
Origin of montero
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Contemporary Examples of montero
But the evidence against Montero and Mata seemed like a slam-dunk.My Friend Was Raped By a Cop
May 27, 2011
Historical Examples of montero
He no longer wished for a political career in Montero's administration.
He cursed the foreigners; then he reported Montero's entry and the rumours of the town.
In General Montero's case it enabled him to rise from the ranks.
"I hope you did not warn Montero of what you mean to do," the doctor said, anxiously.
General Montero and the Spanish refugees then emerged from the cotta.The Philippine Islands