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politico

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noun po·lit·i·co \pə-ˈli-ti-ˌkō\

Definition of politico

plural

politicos

also

politicoes



Examples of politico in a sentence

  1. a politico who will do anything to win an election



Origin and Etymology of politico

Italian politico or Spanish político, ultimately from Latin politicus political


First Known Use: 1630

Rhymes with politico

Arapaho, arpeggio, at one's elbow, bocaccio, bull's-eye window, carrion crow, centesimo, clock radio, con spirito, continuo, curculio, D'Annunzio, DMSO, Eustachio, ex nihilo, fantastico, fellatio, Fernando Póo, finocchio, fortissimo, Geronimo, get-up-and-go, go with the flow, Guantánamo, hereinbelow, home video, in dubio, intaglio, in utero, in vacuo, laminar flow, lancet window, La Rochefoucauld, lentissimo, locus in quo, lothario, magnifico, malapropos, Medicine Bow, medicine show, New Mexico, oregano, picture window, portfolio, presidio, prestissimo, punctilio, Querétaro, Quintana Roo, Rosario, quo warranto, Sarajevo, scenario, simpatico, sound-and-light show, status in quo, talk radio, tennis elbow, turbulent flow, Verrocchio


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