Definition of abuelo in English:

abuelo

Syllabification: a·bue·lo
Pronunciation: /ˌäˈbwālō
 
/

noun (plural abuelos)

US
(In Spanish-speaking areas) one’s grandfather: breakfast tortillas topped with chili sauce, onion, and cheese—just the way my abuelo liked it
More example sentences
  • As the eldest of eleven grandchildren, he asks me to say grace. I know my abuelo will be proud when I recite the prayer I wrote.
  • Being of Mexican descent, I have an abuelo of my own.
  • It's an amazing little Cuban place where most the servers remind you of your abuela and most the cooks remind you of your abuelo.

Origin

Spanish.

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