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- n. Plural form of capeador.
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First come the three _matadors_, the eldest in the middle, the next on his right, and the youngest on the left; they are followed by their respective _cuadrillas_, the _banderilleros_, the _capeadors_, the
Standing now four feet away Torellas, to blind the charging bull as the capeadors had done, had to step close in.
As they are flirted before his eyes, he tramples them under his hoofs, and the capeadors escape behind the bourladera, a partition six feet wide, placed in the arena at four places equally distant.
"So far it was clever, neat work on the part of the capeadors, but nothing wonderful, nothing to match Juan's work on the horse.
"And then into the ring came the capeadors on foot.