noun, plural pe·dros. Cards.
Origin of pedro
Examples from the Web for pedro
Contemporary Examples of pedro
A third medic, Pedro Adorno, was out front and he joined them.'Please Don't Die!': The Frantic Battle to Save Murdered Cops
December 22, 2014
The dealership called the Hercules team “right then and there,” Pedro Sr. said.Mexico’s Murderous SWAT Teams
November 10, 2014
That factor may have come into play on the Fourth of July, when police encountered 14-year-old Pedro Rios Jr.
Rather than ditch the gun and run as a New York kid might, the younger Pedro allegedly pointed it at the officers.
His father, Pedro Rios Sr., would later suggest that the boy might have been carrying the gun for a gang.
Historical Examples of pedro
Pedro, I do not know what he thinks, but then, he is as you see.
There was no one who could ride like Pedro on the Escorpion.
But Pedro would not: he wanted the money, and he said he would have the box too.
Then Pedro said to me, why shouldn't we come and live here in the house.
Pedro was lying where I had left him, but he was out of his head.