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pocho

pocho n. an Americanized person or thing of Mexican origin, including Americanized Mexican Spanish. Also adj. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

pocho

pocho  n.— «Pochismo, derived from pocho, an adjective which originally meant discolored, has now come to mean a type of popular slang in Mexico. In the evergrowing list of pocho expressions are many hybrid words, artificial combinations...

pocho

pocho  n.— «Hey, Gringo—Hey, Pocho…Tonight, it’s Nielsen’s scenes with Ricardo Montalban…playing a Mexican-American actor.» —“‘Name of Game’ Episode Set in Cuba” Mansfield Journal (Ohio) Oct. 30, 1970...

pocho

pocho  n.— «Pocho is a derogatory term that Mexicans use to denigrate Mexican-Americans who put on gringo airs, and the article described the cultural trauma that Lopez faced as a young man when he tried to return to Mexico after attending...

pocho

pocho  n.— «His Spanish is admittedly a work in progress—or, as he calls it, “pocho,” referring to the hybrid Spanglish developed by second- and third-generation Hispanics.» —“Spanish-speaking politicians find...

totopo

totopo
 n.— «8 totopo (corn chips) crumbled.» —“Let hot bean soup kick off fiesta” Toronto Star (Can.) Oct. 4, 1986. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)