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pocho

[ paw-chaw; English poh-choh ]
/ ˈpɔ tʃɔ; English ˈpoʊ tʃoʊ /
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noun, plural po·chos [paw-chaws; English poh-chohz]. /ˈpɔ tʃɔs; English ˈpoʊ tʃoʊz/. Mexican Spanish: Usually Disparaging.

an American of Mexican parentage, especially one who has adopted U.S. customs and attitudes; an Americanized Mexican.

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  • Sanza niuna sustanza, eccietto un pocho di maserizie per mio uso edella mia famiglia.

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