1. (related to mountains)
Tendrás más chances de ver un gato montuno durante la noche.You're more likely to see a mountain cat at night.
2. (rustic) (Latin America)masculine noun
Los leñadores que entraron al bar tenían aspecto montuno.The lumberjacks who came into the bar had a rugged look to them.
3. (music) (Cuba)
Al principio de la canción, el piano toca el montuno por cuatro compases.At the beginning of the song, the piano plays the montuno for four bars.
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