noun, plural a·fi·cio·na·dos [uh-fish-yuh-nah-dohz; Spanish ah-fee-thyaw-nah-thaws]. /əˌfɪʃ yəˈnɑ doʊz; Spanish ɑˌfi θyɔˈnɑ ðɔs/.
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Sarnoff said that Warner’s strategy is actually in the interest of the exhibitor industry, despite criticism from theater aficionados like Nolan and cinema chains themselves.WarnerMedia Studios chief on the controversial decision to release new movies on HBO Max|Aric Jenkins|December 19, 2020|Fortune
If you’ve ever dressed up as a character from your favorite movie series, or read a 200,000-word story about that character written by a fellow aficionado, you might be part of a fandom.
As any aficionado of musical theater will surely tell you, all but the most remarkable of shows suffer from what’s often called the “second-act slump,” and “The Prom” is no exception.Thanks to Ryan Murphy, Netflix throws an inclusive ‘Prom’|John Paul King|December 5, 2020|Washington Blade
Typically hosted at the height of the summer in Aspen, when tech aficionados fly in from all over, this year’s conference is all virtual.
As a lifelong hiking aficionado, I can confidently say that this trail was one of my all-time top five.Alpine Lake Spotting at Rocky Mountain National Park|Emily Pennington|October 16, 2020|Outside Online
So she was an aficionado of classical music, for soundtracks or otherwise?‘Mozart in the Jungle’: Inside Amazon’s Brave New World of Sex, Drugs, and Classical Music|Kevin Fallon|December 23, 2014|DAILY BEAST
For the aficionado or the neophyte, Comics is a useful overview of a richly creative period in a burgeoning art.
One wine aficionado had given up on finding an ale she actually liked.
Her parents had promised the horse aficionado her very own equine companion when she turned 10.Newtown Victims: Dawn Hochsprung, Vicki Soto & More|Nina Strochlic|December 17, 2012|DAILY BEAST
As one hardcore football aficionado chatted to me, “the teams blow, so really who cares.”
Every man and boy in Spain is an aficionado, a bullfight "fan," a frantic bullfight "bug."The Wolf Cub|Patrick Casey