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Tambo

[ tam-boh ]

noun



Tambo

/ ˈtæmbəʊ /

noun

  1. TamboOliver19171993MSouth AfricanPOLITICS: politician Oliver. 1917–93, South African politician; president (1977–91) of the African National Congress. He was arrested (1956) with Nelson Mandela but released (1957)


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Example Sentences

In this village there is an old Spaniard who keeps a tambo, and at the same time exercises the calling of a farrier.

At the point where this Quebrada forms a junction with the principal valley is situated the Tambo de Viso.

At this tambo the traveller may find a tolerable night's lodging for himself, and fodder for his horse.

One of these huts is a tambo, which can never be forgotten by any unfortunate traveller who may have taken up his abode in it.

According to Maclean's calculation, the Tambo de Viso is 9072 feet above the sea.

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