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parador

[ par-uh-dawr; Spanish pah-rah-thawr ]
/ 藞p忙r 蓹藢d蓴r; Spanish 藢p蓱 r蓱藞冒蓴r /
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noun, plural pa路ra路dors; Spanish pa路ra路do路res [pah-rah-thaw-res]. /藢p蓱 r蓱藞冒蓴 r蓻s/.
a government-sponsored inn in Spain, usually in a scenic or historic area, that offers lodging and meals at reasonable prices.
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Origin of parador

1835鈥45; <Spanish: wayside inn, hostelry, equivalent to par(ar) to stop (see parade) + -ador-ator
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British Dictionary definitions for parador

parador
/ (藞p忙r蓹d蓴藧, Spanish 藞para冒or) /

noun plural -dors or -dores
a state-run hotel in Spain

Word Origin for parador

Spanish
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