[ US /tʃɪˈkɑnoʊ/ ]
  1. a person of Mexican descent
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How To Use Chicano In A Sentence

  • Even more confusing was the fact that I was performing Spanglish music, often with political undertones some would call "chicano". Eduardo Xol: The Uncomfortable Party
  • At 6am the following morning - inconveniently before chow was served - a beefy Chicano guard approached my cell.
  • Among the artists who defined what is known as the Chicano art movement in L.A. is a painter who goes by the name Gronk. Edward Goldman: Dark, Sexy, Provocative. The Choice Is Yours
  • Chicano is a term that was used at one time in the USA as a political activist designation but that has spilled over into broader usage. Page 2
  • Monolingual English-speaking Chicanos took courses to learn Spanish.
  • These so called hard-working Mexican are helping the cartels set up their distribution networks so they can have their La Raza Chicano Nation. Top headlines
  • Puerto Ricans and Chicanos are linguistically linked, but if you invite them over for frijoles and serve refried beans, one will be disappointed.
  • Up to now, the inceptive style of Chicano performance art has typically been identified with Luis Valdez's Teatro Campesino.
  • (A chicano is an American born Mexican and it used to be a title borne with pride. Fine-tuning Immigration, Arnold Kling | EconLog | Library of Economics and Liberty
  • From this situation evolved the essential dynamic of Chicano performativity: the dialectic of calling attention to the act of turning away.
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