[muh-stah-shoh, -shee-oh, -stash-oh, -stash-ee-oh] /məˈstɑ ʃoʊ, -ʃiˌoʊ, -ˈstæʃ oʊ, -ˈstæʃ iˌoʊ/
noun, plural mustachios.
(often jocular) having a moustache, esp when bushy or elaborately shaped
noun (pl) -chios
(often pl when considered as two halves) (often jocular) a moustache, esp when bushy or elaborately shaped
1817, from mustachio (1550s), from Spanish mostacho and directly from Italian mostaccio (see mustache). The noun was superseded by mustache, but the adjective has endured.
[moos-tahkh] /musˈtɑx/ noun 1. (def 1).
[muhs-tang] /ˈmʌs tæŋ/ noun 1. a small, hardy horse of the American plains, descended from Spanish stock. 2. U.S. Navy Slang. a naval officer who received his commission while still an enlisted man. verb (used without object) 3. to round up wild horses, especially in order to sell them illegally to slaughterhouses. /ˈmʌstæŋ/ noun 1. […]
[muhs-tang-er] /ˈmʌs tæŋ ər/ noun 1. a person who engages in .
[muhs-terd] /ˈmʌs tərd/ noun 1. a pungent powder or paste prepared from the seed of the mustard plant, used as a food seasoning or condiment, and medicinally in plasters, poultices, etc. 2. any of various acrid or pungent plants, especially of the genus Brassica, as B. juncea (leaf mustard) the leaves of which are used […]