Tex-Mex


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Tex-Mex

 (tĕks′mĕks′)
adj.
Of or characterized by a blend of Mexican and southwest US cultural elements: Tex-Mex music; Tex-Mex food.

[Tex(as) + Mex(ican).]

Tex-Mex

(ˈtɛksˌmɛks)
adj
(Cookery) of, relating to, or denoting the Texan version of something Mexican, such as music, food, or language

Tex-Mex

(ˈtɛksˈmɛks)

adj.
of or denoting aspects of Texan or southwestern U.S. culture originating with or influenced by Mexicans or Mexican-Americans: Tex-Mex cooking.
[1945–50]
Translations

Tex-Mex

[ˈtɛksmɛks] adj (US)tex-mex inv
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