- n. A person who extracts gum from wild or cultivated trees
- This definition is lacking an etymology or has an incomplete etymology. You can help Wiktionary by giving it a proper etymology. (Wiktionary)
“It comes with a pamphlet telling the story of Eduardo, a Guatemalan chiclero who "has found a good way of earning money without chopping down any trees.”
““The chiclero killed himself,” he explained patiently.”
“The chiclero began to shout in rapid-fire Spanish despite the warnings of Morales to shut his mouth.”
“A chiclero leaned out to push off and discovered Newton was right when he said every action had a reaction.”
“Behind him was the chiclero leader Gamay had named Pancho.”
“The chiclero had squirmed out of his hastily tied bonds.”
“Not long ago a chiclero said instead of sending Mayan artifacts out of the country, leave them alone where they are and bring the tourists in to see them.”
“Trout would have liked to see if Ruiz had more information to offer, although from what the chiclero recounted he was at the bottom of the smuggling totem pole.”
“It is, in fact, a destructive and sometimes violent business, as attested by the recent assassination in Carmelita of Carlos Catalán, a local chiclero who had become a staunch opponent of looting in the Petén.”
“More than five hours later, we made camp, and the next morning walked for three hours to a chiclero campsite called Lo Veremos.”
These user-created lists contain the word ‘chiclero’.
Looking for tweets for chiclero.