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zorro Line breaks: zorro
Pronunciation: /ˈzɒrəʊ/

Definition of zorro in English:

noun (plural zorros)

A doglike fox found in the forests and savannah of South America.
Example sentences
  • Some are solitary like the fox, others social like the jackal; some as small as the crab-eating zorro of South America, a few as large as the Arctic wolf.

Origin

Mid 19th century: from Spanish, 'fox'.

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