Definition of dinero in English:

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dinero

Pronunciation: /dəˈnerˌō/

noun

North American informal
Money: their pockets full of dinero
More example sentences
  • I've never tried it, but it makes sense to me, especially if it means saving mucho dinero on gifts.
  • Shame on the Canadian money men for not throwing in a few Canadian dinero for at least a commentary track.
  • It hopes to capture the Latino market and grab mucho dinero without changing the network's news programming.

Origin

Mid 19th century: Spanish, 'coin, money'.

Words that rhyme with dinero

bolero, caballero, Faeroe, pharaoh, ranchero, sombrero, torero

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Syllabification: di·ne·ro

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