[guh-zey-boh] /gəˈzeɪ boʊ/
noun, plural gazabos. Older Slang.
a fellow; man; boy.
A man; fellow; guy: The gazabos they put on the jury’ll know all about me
[1896+; fr Mexican Spanish gazapo, ”smart fellow”]
/ɡəˈzæŋ/ verb 1. (informal) (of the seller of a house) to inconvenience (a potential buyer) by withdrawing from an agreement to sell shortly before the purchase is completed
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[guh-zahr] /gəˈzɑr/ noun 1. a silk fabric of loose construction with a stiff hand.