noun con·jun·to \kōn-ˈhün-tō\

Definition of CONJUNTO

:  a kind of Mexican-American music that has been influenced by the music of German immigrants to Texas and that features the accordion in addition to Mexican elements

Origin of CONJUNTO

AmerSp. literally, ensemble
First Known Use: 1982


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