[ UK /tˈɔːɹə‍ʊ/ ]
  1. a matador or one of the supporting team during a bull fight
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How To Use torero In A Sentence

  • Each apartment also has a hallway, bathroom, storeroom and a separate laundry room.
  • A security guard surprised the burglars in the storeroom.
  • The house has two reception rooms, a kitchen, utility, various storerooms, eight bedrooms and two bathrooms.
  • Manolo Sánchez is a very refined torero, great with the muleta but rather weak with the sword.
  • What comes next is the matador and he approaches with his tight-assed, pouter-pigeon walk, flaunting his coleto, the pigtail that is the professional mark of a torero who has taken his alternativa and is no longer a novillero. There is no such thing as a bullfight
  • At the beginning of the bullfight, or corrida, the torero sizes up the bull while performing certain ritualized motions with his cape.
  • There are pantries and dressing rooms and storerooms.
  • Montoya thinks Romero might be the one, a real torero.
  • In one storeroom, one-tonne sacks of rice were stored on an uneven surface and the property was filled with dangerous electrical wiring.
  • The most popular colours are red, black, green, blue and white. Yellow is never worn, even by spectators as it is considered to be unlucky and toreros are highly superstitious.
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