toreador


to·re·a·dor

noun \ˈtr-ē-ə-ˌdr, ˈtär-\

: someone who fights bulls in a bullfight

Full Definition of TOREADOR

Origin of TOREADOR

Spanish, from torear to fight bulls, from toro bull, from Latin taurus — more at taurine
First Known Use: 1618

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