noun, plural ta·cos [tah-kohz; Spanish tah-kaws] /ˈtɑ koʊz; Spanish ˈtɑ kɔs/.
Origin of taco
Examples from the Web for taco
“In 20 years, this just might be a city of Taco Bells,” one restaurateur recently shuddered.
This is why Web tools are valuable, as are lunches at taco stands.
The notion to morph a specialty tortilla chip into a taco shell at first may sound like it would be a snap.
The other was called "Legolas From The Hobbit Tries to Order at Taco Bell."
At a taco truck in New York I asked how their lime stock was faring.Limepocalypse! Inside the Great Lime Shortage of 2014|Kara Cutruzzula|April 30, 2014|DAILY BEAST
“If you think that Taco is no better than a Spartan, you know nothing at all about him,” he said, fiercely.
She resides most commonly at Taco, a Seat given her by the Elector.The Memoirs of Charles-Lewis, Baron de Pollnitz, Volume IV|Karl Ludwig von Pllnitz
But Taco Quaerts seems to be quite infallible in the eyes of all of you.
“Taco Quaerts is always very correct in matters of etiquette,” said Anna, defending him.
Her thoughts still wandered over all those people and finally halted at Taco Quaerts.