A Mexican or Hispanic gang member or someone perceived to embody a similar stereotypical countenance (noun)
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Use "cholo" in a sentence
"So, should he risk being called a cholo and ask his cousin, Johnny to bring his low-rider to school for his part of the Project?"
"The cholo was a squat, powerful little man, with more bounce to him than a rubber ball; leading his men by a dozen yards, he hesitated not an instant but dodged under the blow Bryce lashed out at him and came up inside the latter's guard, feeling for Bryce's throat."
"But for many other Mexican nationals and Mexican-Americans, the word "cholo" has come to be associated with the criminal element - and even worse for ironically, a Chicano group in Arizona, which compared "Chola" to the "N"-word."