Definitions

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  • noun A female matador.

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Examples

  • In the late 40s, when I still lived in Ecuador, Conchita continued to "fight bulls" for a few more years, and even became a legend as a "matadora," where the bullfighter fights and kills the bull from on foot-something that was seriously frowned upon and was even illegal in Spain, for women.

    The Moderate Voice

  • In the late 40s, when I still lived in Ecuador, Conchita continued to "fight bulls" for a few more years, and even became a legend as a "matadora," where the bullfighter fights and kills the bull from on foot-something that was seriously frowned upon and was even illegal in Spain, for women.

    The Moderate Voice

  • In the late 40s, when I still lived in Ecuador, Conchita continued to "fight bulls" for a few more years, and even became a legend as a "matadora," where the bullfighter fights and kills the bull from on foot-something that was seriously frowned upon and was even illegal in Spain, for women.

    The Moderate Voice

  • In the late 40s, when I still lived in Ecuador, Conchita continued to "fight bulls" for a few more years, and even became a legend as a "matadora," where the bullfighter fights and kills the bull from on foot-something that was seriously frowned upon and was even illegal in Spain, for women.

    The Moderate Voice

  • In the late 40s, when I still lived in Ecuador, Conchita continued to "fight bulls" for a few more years, and even became a legend as a "matadora," where the bullfighter fights and kills the bull from on foot-something that was seriously frowned upon and was even illegal in Spain, for women.

    The Moderate Voice

  • In the late 40s, when I still lived in Ecuador, Conchita continued to "fight bulls" for a few more years, and even became a legend as a "matadora," where the bullfighter fights and kills the bull from on foot-something that was seriously frowned upon and was even illegal in Spain, for women.

    The Moderate Voice

  • In the late 40s, when I still lived in Ecuador, Conchita continued to "fight bulls" for a few more years, and even became a legend as a "matadora," where the bullfighter fights and kills the bull from on foot-something that was seriously frowned upon and was even illegal in Spain, for women.

    The Moderate Voice

  • In the late 40s, when I still lived in Ecuador, Conchita continued to "fight bulls" for a few more years, and even became a legend as a "matadora," where the bullfighter fights and kills the bull from on foot-something that was seriously frowned upon and was even illegal in Spain, for women.

    The Moderate Voice

  • In the late 40s, when I still lived in Ecuador, Conchita continued to "fight bulls" for a few more years, and even became a legend as a "matadora," where the bullfighter fights and kills the bull from on foot-something that was seriously frowned upon and was even illegal in Spain, for women.

    The Moderate Voice

  • In the late 40s, when I still lived in Ecuador, Conchita continued to "fight bulls" for a few more years, and even became a legend as a "matadora," where the bullfighter fights and kills the bull from on foot-something that was seriously frowned upon and was even illegal in Spain, for women.

    The Moderate Voice

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