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WordNet 3.0Copyright Princeton University


Short "hint"

n.- A cord fastened to a hackamore and acting as a throatlatch.

Usage examples (18)
  • A "fiador" is a property owner living in the city who's willing to guarantee that you will pay the rent in a timely fashion.
  • Think about it ... the landlord has no way of checking you out, and needs some kind of guarantee, and a fiador is a perfectly legitimate business solution ... just a...
  • Mercy: fiador is a person who lents money to someone without a warranty that he'll pay back.
  • I could not read an apartment lease, nor find a fiador, that is, someone who would cosign for me. for more
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