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n. pl. cig·a·ril·los
A small narrow cigar.

[Spanish cigarrillo, diminutive of cigarro, cigar; see cigar.]


n, pl -los
(Recreational Drugs) a small cigar often only slightly larger than a cigarette


(ˌsɪg əˈrɪl oʊ)

n., pl. -los.
a small thin cigar.
[1825–35; < Sp, diminutive of cigarro cigar]
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.cigarillo - small cigar or cigarette wrapped in tobacco instead of paper
cigar - a roll of tobacco for smoking


nZigarillo m or nt
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