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Gabacho (Spanish pronunciation: [ɡaˈβatʃo]; feminine, gabacha) is a word used in the Spanish language as a pejorative reference to French people. It derives from the Occitan word gavach, which translates as "someone who speak with a faulty speech".
Gabacha is also a word used in Guatemala for apron. In Central America, it is used to refer to certain types of coats, such as that of a doctor, a kindergarten student, a lab coat or a graduation vest.
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