- n. 野马（美国西部的）
- n. (Bronco)人名；(葡)布龙科
- bronco (n.)
- also broncho, 1850, American English, "untamed or half-tamed horse," from noun use of Spanish bronco (adj.) "rough, rude," originally a noun meaning "a knot in wood," perhaps from Vulgar Latin *bruncus "a knot, projection," apparently from a cross of Latin broccus "projecting" (see broach (n.)) + truncus "trunk of a tree" (see trunk (n.)). Bronco-buster is attested from 1886.
- 1. a bucking bronco in the rodeo
- 2. The bronco spilt his rider.
- 3. This bronco bucked its rider in just ten seconds.
- 4. Aniston bought her brother Bronco car for Christmas, and he cried.
- 5. The man performed like a bucking bronco.
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