tendido

noun ten·di·do \ tenˈdē(ˌ)dō , -ē(ˌ)t͟hō \

Definition of tendido

plural -s
:one of several tiers of seats at a bullring that are located above the ringside rows — compare barrera

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Origin and Etymology of tendido

Spanish, from past participle of tender to stretch out, from Latin tendere


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  1. Spanish Central: Translation of tendido


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