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  • n. Plural form of torero.

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Examples

  • The glamorous entrance of the toreros is the paseo.

    Mexico

  • José Tomás has little in common with other toreros – neither with the vulgar and crowd-pleasing Jesulín de Ubrique, nor with well-born fashion-plates like Cayetano Rivera, who models for Armani.

    Why bullfighting is making Spain see red

  • He's a showboat of the worst kind and he's indicative of the new breed of male bovines that are fighting toreros across the world.

    Ben Oren: A Bullheaded View on Bullfighting

  • When a fighting bull's courage is finally taken—when the bull is worn down by the toreros, exhausted and resigned to its fate in the ring—it will go to its querencia, that spot where the bull feels safest, where it will return, predictably, where the matador will have to lure him forward to deliver the final, fatal blow.

    Carlos The Impossible (Part 1)

  • Like the toreros and the rancheros, Ina also belongs to Los Toros.

    The bullfight and Cantinflas

  • A cheer went up as the three bullfighters or toreros entered the ring.

    The bullfight and Cantinflas

  • Lenguaje especial y familiar que usan entre sí los individuos de ciertas profesiones y oficios, como los toreros o los médicos.

    Slang

  • He is one of the six bulls that had been picked by the toreros 'representatives at the sorteo, the drawing of the bulls at noon the day of the event.

    There is no such thing as a bullfight

  • The brightly dressed banderilleros, the three toreros who are part of the cuadrillo of their matador.

    There is no such thing as a bullfight

  • The crowd winds through the darkened and arched galerias, past the dolls-house cathedral with its miniature stained-glass windows that is the chapel for the toreros, to climb the skeleton stairs flight after flight until it is my section and I am shuffled through the tunnel to emerge, borne into the light, my eyes momentarily protesting at the brilliance.

    There is no such thing as a bullfight

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