Definition of bronco in English:

bronco

Syllabification: bron·co
Pronunciation: /ˈbräNGkō
 
/

noun (plural broncos)

A wild or half-tamed horse, especially of the western US.
More example sentences
  • Caroline used to ride wild broncos on the local rodeo circuit.
  • Ben watches in horror as Flynn smashes holes in a horse box and turns into a bucking bronco when they try to put a saddle on him.
  • Almost every day, rain or shine, my sisters and I could go out on our ponies, with only the sister on the bucking bronco wearing a crash hat.

Origin

mid 19th century: from Spanish, literally 'rough, rude'.

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