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A Chicano pejorative term for "Hispanics," or mainstreamed Mexicans, derived from Fidel's use for any reactionary, counter-revolutionary person.

Other meanings: Right-Wing, sell-out, conservative, neo-fascist, traitor.
Those Gusanos at the Centro Cultural held a fund raiser in conjunction with big-time War Profiteers.
by Roddio X September 28, 2005
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to sport a boner, fly the sail at full mass, rock hard, etc.
"I had a lot of cartoon characters that used to get me sexually aroused as a kid... The female reindeer from the Rudolph claymation series, when I was in preschool, I used to be bricked up watching that shit." -Jack Harlow
by real_philly February 11, 2020
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Originally to refer to Cuban American sellouts who shit all over the Cuban Revolution and long for the days of US imperialism.

This phrase is now used to refer to Right-Wing sellouts from any country in Latin-America who sell-out to the United States.
Yo did you hear Marco Rubio voted for new sanctions against Cuba? Fucking Gusano!
by Polo3400 November 11, 2020
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Spanish for "worm". It is used as a pejorative term for people calling for US intervention in Latin America, class traitors, and counter-revolutionaries. Popularized from Fidel's use for any reactionary, counter-revolutionary person.

Other meanings: Right-Wing, sell-out, conservative, neo-fascist, traitor.
Those Gusanos at the Centro Cultural held a fund raiser in conjunction with big-time War Profiteers.
by memazapanes July 15, 2021
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Word used to describe people who don't support the cuban regime
Javier doesn't like the revolution. He’s a gusano.
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by Javierfmilanes December 22, 2020
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A racial slur, typically used by followers of communism, against those of Cuban heritage to overlook their beliefs or personal accounts of communism. Issues have recently arose from this term due to the recent increase of communist propaganda in the United States and its usage by non-hispanic communist followers towards hispanic individuals. The nature of the word is harmful as it tries to push narrative of a person's culture/background (as not only not valid but) against them for radical political beliefs.
Wow, I have no points against that person's stances and they are hurting my credibility on Twitter. Whatever, I should just call them a gusano publicly because that will get people in my communist echo chamber behind me.
by RealisticPolitics July 15, 2021
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