Definitions for quebrachokeɪˈbrɑ tʃoʊ
Random House Webster's College Dictionary
any of several tropical American trees having very hard wood, esp. Schinopsis lorentzii, the wood and bark of which are used in tanning and dyeing.
a tree, Aspidosperma quebrachoblanco, of the dogbane family, yielding a medicinal bark.
the wood or bark of any of these trees.
Origin of quebracho:
1880–85; < AmerSp quiebracha, quiebra-hacha lit., (it) breaks (the) hatchet
A Chilean apocynaceous tree; species: Aspidosperma quebracho
a Chilian apocynaceous tree (Aspidosperma Quebracho); also, its bark, which is used as a febrifuge, and for dyspn/a of the lung, or bronchial diseases; -- called also white quebracho, to distinguish it from the red quebracho, a Mexican anacardiaceous tree (Loxopterygium Lorentzii) whose bark is said to have similar properties