Colectivo



[koh-lek-tee-voh; Spanish kaw-lek-tee-vaw] /ˌkoʊ lɛkˈti voʊ; Spanish ˌkɔ lɛkˈti vɔ/

noun, plural colectivos
[koh-lek-tee-vohz; Spanish kaw-lek-tee-vaws] /ˌkoʊ lɛkˈti voʊz; Spanish ˌkɔ lɛkˈti vɔs/ (Show IPA) (in Latin America)
1.
a small public bus.

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