A flat round bread made out of cornmeal or flour. In Mexican cuisine they are often served with a filling or topping such as frijoles "beans", carne "meat", salsa "sauce", sour cream and cheese; in the latter case they are called quesadillas.
A Mexican snack food; a small tortilla (soft or hard shelled), with typically some type of meat, rice, beans, cheese, diced vegetables (usually tomatoes and lettuce, as served in the United States, and cilantro, onion, and avocado, as served in México) and salsa.
Spanish omelette; an omelette containing potatoes and onions
The vulva. also called pink taco
An unleavened cake, as of maize flour, baked on a heated iron or stone.
A yellow stain on a shirt armpit caused by sweat or deodorant.
thin unleavened pancake made from cornmeal or wheat flour
(slang) To fold or cause to buckle in half, similar to the way a taco is folded.
A tortilla (, Spanish: [toɾˈtiʎa]) is a thin, flat, circular unleavened flatbread originally made from maize hominy meal, and now also from wheat flour. The Aztecs and other Nahuatl speakers called tortillas tlaxcalli ([t͡ɬaʃˈkalli]).
offensive terms for a person of Mexican descent
a tortilla rolled cupped around a filling
A taco (US: , UK: , Spanish: [ˈtako]) is a traditional Mexican dish consisting of a small hand-sized corn or wheat tortilla topped with a filling. The tortilla is then folded around the filling and eaten by hand.