Definition of recorte
: a cape movement executed after a series of Veronicas to cut short a bull's charge, turn him, and place him for the picadors
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Origin and Etymology of recorte
Spanish, from recortar to cut off, trim, from re- + cortar to cut — more at cortaderia
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