1. (n.) Term used by people of Hispanic origin to refer to the United States.
(masc. in Spanish: i.e.- el Gabacho)
2. (adj.) An American person or thing.
1. Yes primo, past the Rio Grande lies El Gabacho.
2. José is such a gabacho; he pays to get his lawn mowed.
Por fromaage 01 de febrero de 2005
Chicano pejorative term for an English-speaking, non-Hispanic
The gabachos don't want to give drivers licenses to immigrants.
Por Cornholio 29 de septiembre de 2003
White man, woman. Similar to term Gringo.
That gabacho was so uptight, he wouldn't let us get ahead in line.
Por notnor 28 de marzo de 2004
Despective word, in Spain since 1530, to call all the frenchish.
Fool gabacho(gabacho loco)
Por JulioPillet 12 de abril de 2005
A person from France.
"Hey, amigo, have you seen this gabacho with sandals and shocks???"
Por Patroklo 20 de marzo de 2005
Spanish slang for a French person. Pejorative.
I don't drink wine, that's just for gabachos
Por Berhael 02 de marzo de 2004
Only Gringos call Gringos Gringos. Mexicans call Gringos > Gabachos.
yo, cholo, check out that Gabacho
Por rambling man 19 de febrero de 2012

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