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taqueria

Syllabification: ta·que·ri·a
Pronunciation: /ˌtäkəˈrēə, ˌtak-
 
/

Definition of taqueria in English:

noun

chiefly US
A Mexican restaurant specializing in tacos.
Example sentences
  • And unlike our large impostor taco chains, which impose one mediocre style nationwide, ‘real’ (that is, authentic Mexican) taquerias are spreading variety and quality throughout the land.
  • San Francisco has a multitude of great restaurants, especially the taquerias, which are cheap and serve beer.
  • He met Carlos a second time in a small house that Carlos rents near the plant, in a town where the five & dime and the bakery have been replaced by a taqueria and a Mexican grocery store.

Origin

Mexican Spanish.

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