[paw-chee-zmaw; English poh-cheez-moh] /pɔˈtʃi zmɔ; English poʊˈtʃiz moʊ/
noun, plural pochismos
[paw-chee-zmaws; English puh-cheez-mohz] /pɔˈtʃi zmɔs; English pəˈtʃiz moʊz/ (Show IPA), for 1. Mexican Spanish.
an English word or expression borrowed into Spanish; a Spanish word showing U.S. influence.
a form of speech employing many such words.
an adopted U.S. custom, attitude, etc.
[paw-chaw; English poh-choh] /ˈpɔ tʃɔ; English ˈpoʊ tʃoʊ/ noun, plural pochos [paw-chaws; English poh-chohz] /ˈpɔ tʃɔs; English ˈpoʊ tʃoʊz/ (Show IPA). Mexican Spanish: Usually Disparaging. 1. an American of Mexican parentage, especially one who has adopted U.S. customs and attitudes; an Americanized Mexican.
- Po chu-i
[baw jy-ee] /ˈbɔ ˈdʒüˈi/ noun 1. a.d. 772–846, Chinese poet.
1. (in prescriptions) a little cup.
[pok] /pɒk/ noun 1. a pustule on the body in an eruptive disease, as smallpox. 2. a mark or spot left by or resembling such a pustule. 3. a small indentation, pit, hole, or the like. 4. Scot. 2 . /pɒk/ noun 1. any pustule resulting from an eruptive disease, esp from smallpox 2. another […]
[pokt] /pɒkt/ adjective 1. marked with pustules or with pits left by them; pitted.