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público

[ poo-bli-koh; Spanish poo-blee-kaw ]
/ ˈpu blɪˌkoʊ; Spanish ˈpu βliˌkɔ /
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noun, plural pú·bli·cos [poo-bli-kohz; Spanish poo-blee-kaws]. /ˈpu blɪˌkoʊz; Spanish ˈpu βliˌkɔs/.
(especially in Puerto Rico) a taxi that picks up and discharges passengers along a fixed route.
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Origin of público

From Latin American Spanish; Spanish: literally, “public (transportation)”; see public
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