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Definition of "buena" []

  • A village in NE Mexico, near Saltillo: site of the defeat of the Mexicans by US forces (1847) (noun)

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Use "buena" in a sentence
  • "In Central Mexico, mint, called hierba buena, is frequently added to meat and poultry dishes."
  • "The reeling, powerful perfume of those invisible green flowers, that the peons call buena de noche: good by night."
  • "But starting with Central Station, Latin American directors have found what many critics are calling buena onda, a consistent "groove" of relevant, top-drawer filmmaking that uses distinctly regional stories and styles but makes a connection with worldwide audiences."
  • "But starting with Central Station, Latin American directors have found what many critics are calling buena onda, a consistent "groove" of relevant, top-drawer filmmaking that uses distinctly regional stories and styles but makes a connection with worldwide audiences."
  • "You can think of it as an explanation of why she says eres buena gente."