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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English
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gauchogau‧cho /ˈɡaʊtʃəʊ $ -tʃoʊ/ noun (plural gauchos) [countable]  BOSANa South American cowboy
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gauchoOn a sandy road, he found a gaucho.A shepherd, a gaucho, rode past us, ahead of a sea of sheep.I learnt about the exploited conditions under which the peons and gauchos had to live.His attempt to win southern gaucho voters by playing up family links there backfired when he got his regional expressions muddled up.The gaucho slips a rug under the door, ejects the key and then recovers it by hauling the rug towards him.
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