corrida

noun
cor·ri·da | \kȯ-ˈrē-t͟hə \

Definition of corrida 

First Known Use of corrida

1802, in the meaning defined above

History and Etymology for corrida

borrowed from Spanish, short for corrida de toros, literally, "running of the bulls"; corrida "act of running," noun derivative from feminine past participle of correr "to run," going back to Latin currere — more at current entry 1

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