Bullfighting

Bullfighting (corrida de toros koˈriða ðe ˈtoɾos or toreo toˈɾeo; tourada toˈɾaðɐ), also known as tauromachia or tauromachy (es_tauromaquia_001.ogg listen, tauromaquia; from ταυρομαχία `bull-fight`), is a traditional spectacle of Spain, Portugal, southern France and some Hispanic American countries (Mexico, Colombia, Ecuador.....
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Bullfighting

• (n.) A barbarous sport, of great antiquity, in which men torment, and fight with, a bull or bulls in an arena, for public amusement, -- still popular in Spain.
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bullfighting

tauromachy noun the activity at a bullfight
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bullfighting

Click images to enlargeThe national sport of Spain (where there are more than 400 bullrings), which is also popular in Mexico, Portugal, and much of Latin America. It involves the ritualized taunting of a bull in a circular ring, until its eventual death at the hands of the matador (bullfighter). Originally popular in Gre...
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bullfighting

bullfighting, national sport and spectacle of Spain. Called the corrida de toros in Spanish, the bullfight takes place in a large outdoor arena known as the plaza de toros. The object is for one of the bullfighters (toreros)—the matador—to kill a wild bull, or toro, with a sword.A modern...
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bullfighting

the national spectacle of Spain and many Spanish-speaking countries, in which a bull is ceremoniously fought in a sand arena by a matador and usually ... [5 related articles]
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bullfighting

[n] - the activity at a bullfight
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