bra·ce·ro noun \brä-ˈser-(ˌ)ō, -ˈse-(ˌ)rō\
: a Mexican laborer admitted to the United States especially for seasonal contract labor in agriculture
Origin of BRACERO
Spanish, laborer, from brazo
arm, from Latin bracchium
First Known Use: 1920
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