[hon-choh] /ˈhɒn tʃoʊ/ Slang.
noun, plural honchos.
a leader, especially an assertive leader; chief.
verb (used with object)
to organize, supervise, or be the leader of:
She volunteered to honcho the new project.
noun (pl) -chos
the person in charge; the boss
to supervise or be in charge of
1947, American English, “officer in charge,” from Japanese hancho “group leader,” from han “corps, squad” + cho “head, chief.” Picked up by U.S. servicemen in Japan and Korea, 1947-1953.
The person in charge; chief; big enchilada, boss: better known as the honcho of Scientific Anglers, Inc (1947+)
: honcho a staff
[fr Japanese hancho, ”squad leader”; han, ”small group,” and cho, ”leader”]
1. . abbreviation 1. Honduras Honduras
[hon-duh] /ˈhɒn də/ noun 1. an eye at one end of a lariat through which the other end is passed to form a lasso, noose, etc.
[hon-doh; for 1 also Japanese hawn-daw; for 2 also Spanish awn-daw] /ˈhɒn doʊ; for 1 also Japanese ˈhɔn dɔ; for 2 also Spanish ˈɔn dɔ/ noun 1. . 2. a river flowing NE from Guatemala along the border of Belize and Mexico to the Caribbean Sea. 150 miles (240 km) long. /ˈhɒndəʊ/ noun 1. another […]
[hon-doo r-uh s, -dyoo r-; Spanish awn-doo-rahs] /hɒnˈdʊər əs, -ˈdyʊər-; Spanish ɔnˈdu rɑs/ noun 1. a republic in NE Central America. 43,277 sq. mi. (112,087 sq. km). Capital: Tegucigalpa. 2. Gulf of, an arm of the Caribbean Sea, bordered by Belize, Guatemala, and Honduras. /hɒnˈdjʊərən/ adjective 1. of or relating to Honduras or its inhabitants […]