A small, often triangular piece of tortilla topped with cheese or chili-pepper sauce and broiled. (noun)
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Use "nacho" in a sentence
"The state of the nacho is worse than I thought if someone whose family is from Piedras Negras never thought of them the "proper" way."
"Each nacho is its own entity (and that is key), with just enough toppings to give it flavor and a bit of heft but not enough to make it saggy or soggy."
"With the ring upon her finger, we got off the ride and got some wine coolers and soft pretzels and dipped them in nacho cheese while listening to the country-band-of-the-hour sing love songs in the shadow of the Cotton Bowl."