Definition of Rotos

1. roto [n] - See also: roto



Rotos Pictures

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Rotos

rotogravures
rotolo
rotolos
rotometers
rotomolded
rotomoulded
roton
rotor
rotor blade
rotor coil
rotor head
rotor shaft
rotorcraft
rotorcrafts
rotors
rotos (current term)
rotoscoliosis
rotoscope
rotoscoped
rotoscopes
rotoscopic
rotoscoping
rototill
rototilled
rototiller
rototillers
rototilling
rototillings
rototills
rototom

Literary usage of Rotos

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

1. South America, Social, Industrial, and Political: A Twenty-five-thousand by Frank George Carpenter (1900)
"Most of the rotos are in debt to their masters. They live on the estate, each having for ... It is on such foods that the rotos work from sunrise to sunset; ..."

2. South America, Social, Industrial, and Political: A Twenty-five-thousand by Frank George Carpenter (1900)
"Most of the rotos are in debt to their masters. They live on the estate, each having for ... It is on such foods that the rotos work from sunrise to sunset; ..."

3. Carpenter's Geographical Reader: South America by Frank George Carpenter (1899)
"The rotos are the laboring class of the country. They are somewhat like the Indians we saw in ... It is said, however, that the rotos love their masters. ..."

4. Carpenter's Geographical Reader: South America by Frank George Carpenter (1899)
"Indeed, the only poor things on the farm are the rotos, or farm workmen. The rotos are the laboring class of the country. They are somewhat like the Indians ..."

5. South America by Frank George Carpenter (1899)
"Indeed, the only poor things on the farm are the rotos, or farm workmen. The rotos are the laboring class of the country. They are somewhat like the Indians ..."

6. The Spanish-American Republics by Theodore Child (1891)
"The rotos, however, are now emigrating in large numbers to the Argentine, where they get better wages than the father-land pays, and so Chili is losing some ..."

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