noun, plural que·bra·chos [key-brah-chohz; Spanish ke-vrah-chaws] /keɪˈbrɑ tʃoʊz; Spanish kɛˈvrɑ tʃɔs/.
Origin of quebracho
Examples from the Web for quebracho
Historical Examples of quebracho
A quebracho log will not float upon water, but will sink like iron.Birdseye Views of Far Lands
James T. Nichols
Some, as you will see, are tanned by being suspended from a bar into a vat of quebracho.The Story of Leather
Sara Ware Bassett
Already it competes with Colastiné for the export of quebracho.
Oakwood and quebracho extracts, and divi-divi or algarobilla.Leather
K. J. Adcock
In the division of the land the industrial firms sought the districts which were richest in quebracho.