Definición de Tex-Mex en inglés:

Tex-Mex

Saltos de línea: Tex-Mex
Pronunciación: /tɛksˈmɛks
 
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adjetivo

(Especially of cooking and music) having a blend of Mexican and southern American features originally characteristic of the border regions of Texas and Mexico: Tex-Mex ingredients Tex-Mex dance music
Más ejemplos en oraciones
  • The tune was also adapted to regional music genres like the Tex-Mex flavor of Texas, salsa in New York, and the mana-style rhythms of California.
  • San Antonio prides itself on being the birthplace of Tex-Mex cooking and there are plenty of places where you can enjoy it.
  • Mexican Standoff wanders along the Tex-Mex musical border; Don't Ask, Don't Tell is a more straight-ahead roots rock break-up record and Got No Strings sets a bunch of Disney classics to a country and western groove.

sustantivo

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1Tex-Mex music or cookery: it serves very decent Tex-Mex
Más ejemplos en oraciones
  • On ‘Wild Card’ he conjures up the ghost of Hank Williams, and even tackles some zydeco and Tex-Mex on ‘Oh Fait Pitie d' Amour.’
  • Mestizaje undergirds the complex patterns of hybridity Tex-Mex, conjunto, crossover etc. - that have propelled Hispanic musics into the popular-music mainstream of North America.
  • They know the clubhouse attendant will serve Tex-Mex at least once and that the pizza he brings in is as good as any in the big leagues.
2A variety of Mexican Spanish spoken in Texas.
Más ejemplos en oraciones
  • He doesn't speak Spanish, he speaks Tex-Mex. I don't know what that other gibberish is he mumbles at times.

Origen

1940s: blend of Texan and Mexican.

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Palabra del día noisome
Pronunciación: ˈnɔɪs(ə)m
adjective
having an extremely offensive smell