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gau·cho

 (gou′chō)
n. pl. gau·chos
1. A cowboy of the South American pampas.
2. gauchos Calf-length pants with flared legs.

[American Spanish, probably from Quechua wáhcha, poor person, orphan, vagabond.]
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gaucho

(ˈɡaʊtʃəʊ)
n, pl -chos
a cowboy of the South American pampas, usually one of mixed Spanish and Indian descent
[C19: from American Spanish, probably from Quechuan wáhcha orphan, vagabond]
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gau•cho

(ˈgaʊ tʃoʊ)

n., pl. -chos.
a cowboy of the South American pampas.
[1815–25; < American Spanish < Arawak cachu comrade]
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ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.gaucho - a cowboy of the South American pampasgaucho - a cowboy of the South American pampas
cowboy, cowhand, cowherd, cowman, cowpoke, cowpuncher, puncher, cattleman - a hired hand who tends cattle and performs other duties on horseback
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Translations
gaŭĉo
גאוצ'ו
gaučo
ガウチョ
gaučoгаучо
гаучо

gaucho

[ˈgaʊtʃəʊ]
A. ADJgauchesco
B. Ngaucho m
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gaucho

nGaucho m
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Ambos os artistas, em seus percursos formativos, tiveram a oportunidade de estudos fora da Serra Gaucha, do estado do RS e do pais.
Best of both worlds n Marks & Spencer and Waitrose have both introduced two new reds from Brazil's prime red wine territory, Serra Gaucha, and the contrast of !avours range from Waitrose Brazilian Merlot 2013, Serra Gaucha, Brazil (PS8.99, Waitrose) which is light and fruity with smoky aromas, dark cherry !avours and smooth tannins in a typical New World style, to the more robust Intenso Teroldego 2013, Serra Gaucha, Brazil (PS9.99, Marks & Spencer) with blackberry aromas, crunchy cherry fruits, sun-dried plums, herbs and an earthy C/nish reminiscent of a rustic Italian.
A regiao missioneira em geral possui seus bens patrimoniais relacionados ao proprio contexto reducional, cultura gaucha e culturas europeias.
"This is the point which is the crux in terms of holding the World Cup in Porto Alegre," he told Radio Gaucha on Monday.
O Rio Grande do Sul e o maior produtor brasileiro (Brunetto et al., 2007) com quatro regioes vitivinicolas: Serra Gaucha, Campanha, Serra do Sudeste e Campos de Cima da Serra dentre as quais a regiao da Campanha se vem destacando nos ultimos anos, na vitivinicultura gaucha.
O quarto artigo, elaborado por Alex Eckert, Gabriel Sperandio Milan, Marlei Salete Mecca e Grazieli Porto Nunes investiga uma amostra de escritorios de contabilidade situados em uma cidade da serra gaucha, objetivando demonstrar como esta sendo feita a retencao de clientes nessas empresas.
A grande lacuna a respeito da diversidade e mesmo da conservacao da flora amazonica e referente a sua porcao sul, em sua maior parte no Estado de Mato Grosso, na area que abrange a Bacia do rio Xingu, onde foram realizados estudos apenas em Gaucha do Norte (IVANAUSKAS et al., 2003; IVANAUSKAS et al., 2004a; 2004b; IVANAUSKAS et al.
Enquanto a amostra mineira indicou media de 2,02, a gaucha indicou 1,85 (t = 2,96; gl = 230; p = 0,003).