bronco

noun bron·co \ ˈbräŋ-(ˌ)kō \
variants: or less commonly broncho

Definition of bronco

plural broncos also bronchos
: bronc

Examples of bronco in a Sentence

  1. a rodeo featuring bucking broncos

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Origin and Etymology of bronco

Mexican Spanish, from Spanish, literally, rough, wild


BRONCO Defined for English Language Learners

bronco

noun

Definition of bronco for English Language Learners

  • : a wild horse of western North America


BRONCO Defined for Kids

bronco

noun bron·co \ ˈbräŋ-kō \

Definition of bronco for Students

plural broncos

Learn More about bronco

  1. Spanish Central: Translation of bronco Britannica.com: Encyclopedia article about bronco


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