Definition of llanero in English:

llanero

Line breaks: lla|nero
Pronunciation: /laˈnɛːrəʊ
 
, lj-/

noun (plural llaneros)

  • (In South America) an inhabitant of a llano, in particular one who works as a cowboy: slouching around on the muddy street corners were clusters of llaneros
    More example sentences
    • Moreover, llaneros from the eastern plains, paisas from the coffee growing Andes region, and costeños from the coasts have few chances to get acquainted, other than through stereotypes and regional caricatures.

Origin

Spanish.

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