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- n. Plural form of picaro.
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So Marakesh in Morocco and some small towns in Jordan seemed to me more useful as a way of imagining how parts of Paris might have been then: food being cooked in the streets, smoke, street sellers, people selling you things everywhere, the smells of coffee, lemons, fish, and the people: picaros, street entertainers, prostitutes.
Sly as a fox, or, picaros avant la lettre « Jahsonic
Tintin et les picaros /Tournai : Casterman, c1976.
Tintin and the picaros /Boston : Little, Brown and Co., c1978.
The characters of the scandal novels were still princes and courtiers, but their exploits were more licentious than the lowest pothouse amours of picaros and their doxies.
Vaya con los picaros de Zincali, buenas pesetas han cobrado -- siempre he tenido á los
"Then it must have proceeded from one of the _picaros_ behind the rock.