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American English: /ˈɡəmboʊ/
British English: /ˈɡʌmbəʊ/

Translation of gumbo in Spanish:

noun plural -bos

uncountable and countable
  • (sopa de quingombó, mariscos o carne y verduras)
    Example sentences
    • All it is is a gumbo of different musical styles that I like and mixed up and thrown together.
    • Using the musical traditions of Quebec as their starting point, they bolt on jazz, Cajun and even Latin influences to create an infectious gumbo of sounds and rhythms.
    • With the tracks largely bereft of melody or theme, Villalobos dives ever more deeply into percussive gumbo and leaves accessible hooks behind.

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