noun cas·ca·do \kaˈskä(ˌ)dō, -ˈā-\

Definition of cascado



  1. :  a verminous crustated dermatitis of cattle caused by a nematode (Stephanofilaria dedoesi) and occurring especially in Indonesia but reported also in the U.S.

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Origin and Etymology of cascado

Spanish, cracked, broken, from past participle of cascar to crack, break — more at cascara

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a trip made at another's expense

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