1 (Culin) flour fritter eaten with coffee or hot chocolate flour fritter eaten with coffee or hot chocolate
MODISMOS venderse como churros to sell like hot cakes
(=chapuza) botch, mess
el dibujo ha salido hecho un churro the sketch came out all wrong
4 (Andes, Cono Sur)
* attractive person, dish *
* bad film
Churros, long fritters made with flour and water, are popular in much of Spain and are often eaten with thick hot chocolate either for breakfast or as a snack. In Madrid, they eat a thicker variety of churro called a porra.
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