muchacho


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muchacho

(muːˈtʃɑːtʃəʊ)
n, pl -chos
(in Spain) a young man or male servant
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And his father he saw, large, big-moustached and deep-chested, kindly above all men, who loved all men and whose heart was so large that there was love to overflowing still left for the mother and the little muchacho playing in the corner of the patio.
And he could see the strange evenings, when workmen, coming secretly in the dark like men who did ill deeds, met with his father and talked long hours where he, the muchacho, lay not always asleep in the corner.
The Muchacho chain unveiled the pink sign, which appears to show two stick figures having sex, outside their new site in Dundee's Nethergate.
Report Italy Frankie Dettori failed by a short head in his bid to land a first victory in the local version of the 2,000 Guineas at Capannelle yesterday, his mount Patriot Hero being collared in the final stride by anda Muchacho.
Estoy mirando un muchacho. Por un momento me olvido de que no soy joven y que el se volvera a mirarme.
Venezuelan opposition politician, Ramon Muchacho, has called for a probe into Banco Industrial de Venezuela, which he claimed was 'badly managed.'
Incluso, cuento una historia, un muchacho un dia me dijo: mire senor escritor, yo tengo la historia mas escabrosa: hago el amor con mi mama, tambien con mi hermana, me gusta mi tia, he matado como a cuatro ...