[ran-choh, rahn-; Spanish rahn-chaw] /ˈræn tʃoʊ, ˈrɑn-; Spanish ˈrɑn tʃɔ/

noun, plural ranchos
[ran-chohz; Spanish rahn-chaws] /ˈræn tʃoʊz; Spanish ˈrɑn tʃɔs/ (Show IPA)
a ranch.
a hut or collection of huts for herders, laborers, or travelers.
noun (Southwestern US) (pl) -chos
a hut or group of huts for housing ranch workers
another word for ranch


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