Term used to refer to female sex workers in Brazil. Often used by foreign nationals that visit the country in search of prostitution.
Jürgen had a blast in Brazil. For less than one hundred euros he hooked up with three very liberal brazucas.
Por DasTraveller 02 de septiembre de 2012
"Brazuca" is a friendly, non-offensive way brazilians use to adress themselves. This variation is much more commonly heard abroad, accompanied by a positive attitude. It has therefore some light degree of patriotism. Plural would be "brazucas".

The pronounciation would be something like "Brah-zoo-kah"
Lucas and a friend are discussing on a chat channel:
Lucas: Then we sold our pick-up truck and we flew back to Brazil for summer vacation.
Third person joins channel and overhears last sentence.
Bullfrog59: Brazuca??
Anderson: yup
Bullfrog59: cool
Por VVolfsburg 08 de marzo de 2008

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