[paw-chee-zmaw; English poh-cheez-moh]
noun, plural po·chis·mos [paw-chee-zmaws; English puh-cheez-mohz] /pɔˈtʃi zmɔs; English pəˈtʃiz moʊz/ for 1. Mexican Spanish.
  1. an English word or expression borrowed into Spanish; a Spanish word showing U.S. influence.
  2. a form of speech employing many such words.
  3. an adopted U.S. custom, attitude, etc.
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