noun, plural que·bra·chos [key-brah-chohz; Spanish ke-brah-chaws]. /keɪˈbrɑ tʃoʊz; Spanish kɛˈβrɑ tʃɔs/.
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The extract is chiefly quebracho, though some chestnut may be used.
But a certain variety of the quebracho tree is much more valuable for another purpose, viz: the tanning of leather.Birdseye Views of Far Lands|James T. Nichols
For some years now, two new factors of valuation have come into being: the culture of lucerne and the planting of quebracho wood.
The Formosa company, which deals in timber and quebracho tannin, has a capital of 200,000.
Quebracho wood and mangrove bark have been used, but are now made into extracts (pp. 38 and 41).