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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary EnglishLatinoLa‧ti‧no /læˈtiːnəʊ $ -noʊ/ noun (plural Latinos) [countable] 🔊 🔊 American EnglishSAR a man in the US whose family comes from Latin America. The plural ‘Latinos’ can mean a group of men and women, or just men.HispanicLatino adjective 🔊 Latino culture
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LatinoNow there is talk of recruiting blacks and Latinos, traditionally absent from the higher union ranks, to more prominent positions.A recent Houston Chronicle poll found that two-thirds of Houstonians believed new Latino immigrants strengthened their city.Others argue that the student walkouts will encourage the new generation of Latinos to become more involved in politics.It does not take a psephologist, therefore, to spot the importance of the city's Latino voters.About half the Latinos in Los Angeles are foreign-born.As a result of that kind of trend, Latinos in California are not yet much good at politics.Anglos traveling with Latinos are also targets of Border Patrol probes, says Castillo.
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