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cuat·ro

 (kwä′trō)
n. pl. cuat·ros
A small guitarlike instrument of Latin America, usually having four or five pairs of strings.

[Spanish, from Latin quattuor, four; see quatrain.]

cuatro

(ˈkwɒtrəʊ)
n, pl -tros
(Instruments) dialect Caribbean a small guitar with four strings
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