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  • noun Plural form of americano.

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Examples

  • In addition to traditional coffee, grounded. offers espresso drinks such as americanos, machiattos, lattes, cappuccinos, and spiced chai, assorted organic teas (rose petal, flowering herbs and a host of black, white and green leaves), and non-coffee drinks such Italian sodas

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  • In the past six months or so, he has heard of "americanos" on the street corners and parking lots of Silver Spring, Md.,

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  • "americanos," a word meaning "someone who got rich, no one knows how."

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  • Mnay Mexicans I know call us "norte-americanos" -- I guess that is clearer to them.

    Estadounidense?

  • Mnay Mexicans I know call us "norte-americanos" -- I guess that is clearer to them.

    Estadounidense?

  • Mnay Mexicans I know call us "norte-americanos" -- I guess that is clearer to them.

    Estadounidense?

  • Mnay Mexicans I know call us "norte-americanos" -- I guess that is clearer to them.

    Estadounidense?

  • I have heard Mexicans of all education levels refer to people from the US as americanos, but there are those (particularly on this board it seems) who vehemently say no, that is not correct.

    GRINGOS AND GRINGAS....what's in an appelation?

  • Mnay Mexicans I know call us "norte-americanos" -- I guess that is clearer to them.

    Estadounidense?

  • Mnay Mexicans I know call us "norte-americanos" -- I guess that is clearer to them.

    Estadounidense?

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