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pollo

[ paw-yaw, -lyaw ]
/ ˈpɔ yɔ, -lyɔ /
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noun, plural pol·los [paw-yaws, -lyaws]. /ˈpɔ yɔs, -lyɔs/. Spanish.
Slang. (in Mexico) a laborer who pays to be smuggled or guided over the border into the U.S. illegally.
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