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Definition of Borracho

Borracho
Borracho Bor*rach"o, n. See Borachio. [Obs.]

Meaning of Borracho from wikipedia

- Borracho beans (from borracho meaning "drunk" or "drunken"), also referred to as "drunken beans" or "frijoles borrachos" is a traditional dish of both...
- Mas Borracho is the fourth album by Infectious Grooves, released in 2000. The title, as written on the album, is "but drunk" in Spanish. However, it is...
- forests of South America. It has several local common names, such as palo borracho (in Spanish literally "drunken stick"), samu'ũ (in Guarani) or paineira...
- now in the Museo del Prado, in Madrid. It is po****rly known as Los borrachos or The Drinkers (politely, also The Drunks). Velázquez painted The Triumph...
- Merrimen’s crew spot Nick’s team approaching and exchange fire; DeputyBorracho” and thief Bosco are killed. Fleeing on foot with Nick in close pursuit...
- Grooves were on hiatus between the release of their fourth album, 2000's Mas Borracho and 2007, while the band's personnel were busy with other projects. According...
- Grooves, playing drums on the albums Groove Family Cyco in 1994 and Mas Borracho in 2000 as well as touring with the band. He returned to the band when...
- Lotería with a Google Doodle. The interactive game has the El Apache, El borracho, El diablito, El gorrito, La muerte, El negrito, El soldado, and El valiente...
- Voy a Acabar Borracho is the mainstream debut album by Spanish rock band Platero y Tú. It was produced by Platero y Tú, recorded from 22 to 24 February...
- the 20th century. José Manuel Calderón recorded the first bachata song, "Borracho de amor" in 1962. The genre mixed the pan-Latin American style called bolero...
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