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spanish for donkey but used alot as a insult
person 1-I want cheese!!!!
person 2-Shut up u stupid burro!!
by clairthy July 05, 2005
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Solarpunk is a movement focused on a positive, ecological vision for a future where technology is used for human-centric and ecocentric purposes. It is a literary, artistic and aesthetic sub-genre and is also closely tied to eco-political activism. Solarpunk narratives have a distinctly positive and utopian foundation in contrast to the often dystopian visions found within other "punk" science fiction genres.
Solarpunk is a literary movement, a hashtag, a flag, and a statement of intent about the future we hope to create.
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A 1993 Toyota 4Runner SR5 4x4 automatic with a 3.0L engine.(2nd gen 4runners in general). This does not apply to 2wd runners ,although those are still donkeys.
Yo, are we thanking the burro to Reward Mine this weekend ? Or are we going to take the Hilux?
by DrNunez April 12, 2020
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Despite a conflicting entry, I lived as a kid in Tucson in the '50s & '60s. We never used the term "burrito," only "burro" for a flour tortilla wrapped around (1) refried pinto beans, cheese (usually longhorn cheddar), & sometimes red or green sauce (salsa), or (2) a thick, green chile or red chile - thick stews of cubed beef, New Mexico green or dried red chile , & gravy w/ cumin, coriander seed, garlic, & black pepper - never pork (Arizona & Sonora are cattle country), or (3) other fillings, i.e., machaca - shredded beef w/ onion, bell pepper and/or green chile strips. Never ever adding rice or beans to the latter fillings. Now up in the Valley since 1962, we can still judge a "genuine" Mexican restaurant by looking at the menu even before ordering. If the noun "burro" is listed and "beef" is the meat employed for green or red chile, it's the real thing. Unfortunately, too many restaurants marketed as "genuine" or "traditional" Arizona-Sonoran joints have caved in and offer only NM Pork Green Chile and the now ubiquitous Tex-Mex Fajitas. Maybe in CA, TX, CO, MN, & NY, "burrito" sounds cute. No one who knows our real, traditional Arizona-Sonora cuisine sneers at the correct use of "burro!"
Quiero un burro de chile verde, por favor. I'd like a green chile burro, please.
by KentonAZ May 03, 2017
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A person who's easy to fool, a sucker. Especially any woman who's easy to fuck, not because she's a slut but because she's soft-hearted and naive.
Bro 1: I'd hit it!
Bro 2: No problem, she's a burro, tell her your dog died.
by ray99 November 10, 2009
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The local Anglo term for "burrito" (the food)Β in Tucson, Arizona. Bean burros are the "vanilla" type (pronounced "BEEMburrows").
They laughed at me when I asked for a burro in Phoenix. Everyone there calls it a burrito. But they always speak Cali up there, so it don't matter much.
by davarinofuntucson August 14, 2010
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Spanish for donkey but used in nothern Mexico as an allegory of women's genitals, may be because of some metaphore of mexican food "burritos"
Hey chica, I wanna eat your burro!
by Markito July 20, 2005
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