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honcho Saltos de línea: hon¦cho
Pronunciación: /ˈhɒn(t)ʃəʊ/
North American informal

Definición de honcho en inglés:

sustantivo (plural honchos)

A leader or manager; the person in charge: the company’s head honcho in the US
Más ejemplos en oraciones
  • The coalition now includes some of the country's heaviest financial hitters, pension fund managers and mutual fund honchos that control a half-trillion in assets.
  • It is no small irony that Iranian ayatollahs, ex-Communist Party leaders and former KGB honchos will vastly increase their influence in the region.
  • What do all of these people - the Baseball owners, the music-industry honchos, the airline kings, and the President, have in common?

verbo (honchoes, honchoing, honchoed)

[with object] Volver al principio  
Be in charge of (a project or situation): what else could be expected from a review honchoed by him?
Más ejemplos en oraciones
  • After praising him, the President last week removed him from honchoing the hurricane relief operation.
  • Our most junior producer, who had put together the noon show and was at the gym at the time, came back into work and helped honcho the overnight show.
  • As the project leader and principal investigator, it was one of my responsibilities to honcho the selection of a name.


1940s: from Japanese hanchō 'group leader', a term brought back to the US by servicemen stationed in Japan during the occupation following the Second World War.

Palabras que riman con honcho

nacho • pasticcio • gaucho

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