Definition of rebozo in English:

rebozo

Syllabification: re·bo·zo
Pronunciation: /riˈbōzō, -sō
 
/

noun (plural rebozos)

A long scarf covering the head and shoulders, traditionally worn by Spanish-American women.
More example sentences
  • Many rural women wear a shawl, called a rebozo, and a simple dress or a skirt and blouse.
  • Men and women wear the poncho, and women wear shawls called rebozos.
  • So you see women on the streets in the hot sun wearing Vietnamese straw-brimmed hats, and moms in rebozos cuddling their kids, and so on.

Origin

Spanish.

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