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Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English
▪ Add the taco seasoning mix and the water, stir well and simmer for 20min. 3.
▪ Add the chopped tomatoes, the taco seasoning mix and the stock.
▪ Bananas, tacos, onions, pecans surrounded him.
▪ Food without frontiers is the norm now with quiche, tacos or tapas and coronation chicken readily supplied by outside caterers.
▪ Over tacos, burritos and chickpea salads, they discussed logistics, finances, wardrobes and health concerns.
▪ Sushi restaurants that cater to techies and tony taco bars overflow at lunchtime.
▪ The beauty of the Taco Loco is that it is like a large taco salad without all that pesky lettuce.
▪ The lettuce leaf can be rolled around squab mixture like a taco,-and then eaten out of hand.
Douglas Harper's Etymology Dictionary

tortilla filled with spiced meat, etc., 1949, from Mexican Spanish, "light lunch," literally "plug, wadding."


n. 1 A Mexican snack food; a small tortilla with some rice, beans, cheese, diced vegetables (usually tomatoes and lettuce, as served in the United States) and salsa. 2 (context US slang English) the vulva. also called ''pink taco'' 3 (context US slang English) A yellow stain on shirt armpit caused by sweat or deodorant.

  1. n. offensive terms for a person of Mexican descent [syn: greaser, wetback]

  2. a tortilla rolled cupped around a filling


A taco is a traditional Mexican dish composed of a corn or wheat tortilla folded or rolled around a filling. A taco can be made with a variety of fillings, including beef, pork, chicken, seafood, vegetables and cheese, allowing for great versatility and variety. A taco is generally eaten without utensils and is often accompanied by garnishes such as salsa or chili pepper, avocado or guacamole, cilantro (coriander), tomatoes, onions and lettuce.

Taco (musician)

Taco Ockerse (born July 21, 1955), usually known mononymously as Taco, is an Indonesian-born Dutch singer and entertainer who started his career in Germany.

Taco (disambiguation)

A taco is a traditional Mexican dish.

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Usage examples of "taco".

Everyone came in jeans or and the food consisted of cheese and crackers, carrot ely sticks with dill dip, and her famous, artery-clogging guacamole and taco chips--or if it was a formal sit-down dinner, lasagna and garlic bread.

A row of silent matrons offered tacos and hamburgers and rice balls, with mescal and beer and tea.

He made the six hundred and fifty miles to Wichita in nine hours, whipping through Des Moines and Kansas City, pausing only for gas and a sack of hard-shell Taco Supremes at a Taco Bell.

Taco was a cinderblock stand on the west side of Broadway between a service drive and an auto parts place that specialized in remanufactured transmissions.

Marin County for the first Sunday after the wedding, but then a Taco Tommy employee fell ill, and Blackburn had to work.

Taco Tommy the next day, so Blackburn only saw his in-laws for a few minutes in the morning when they came over from the motel.

Wednesday, September 10, Blackburn left the apartment in the morning as if he were going to his first shift at the Taco Tommy.

Between the carrion scene and some salmonella tacos served up by the Nogales-based caterer, as well as repeated propositions by an Arab coproducer with halitosis that made her eyes water, Molly was sick for three days.

There was even the Darwin Square Mall with its own Taco Tico and video arcade, and Cinema Fourplex showing dreary commercial movies.

Among these were the Bay of Yamanique, and the ports of Jaragua, Taco, Cayaganueque, Nava, and Maravi.

Mary Vaughan set up in the genetics lab at Laurentian, Reuben Montego grabbed some lunch at a Taco Bell, then headed back to St.

Then a tureen of albondigas soup, and afterward tortillas, tacos, a decent turkey mole.

Variations such as taco burgers and pizza burgers abounded, encouraging frequent customer defection from one chain to the next.

Past the taco stands, past the cantinas, past a little brawl of drunken boys, past the church, on whose steps the dancer in the phallic bat mask was performing, juggling pale green fruits and now and then batting one out into the night with the phallus that jutted from his chin.

Three middle-aged men sat in a booth on the right side of the room, scarfing up tacos and enchiladas and chimichangas, staring at their food or at the air in front of them, occasionally looking at each other but exchanging not a word.