noun, plural ban·de·ril·le·ros [ban-duh-ree-air-ohz, -reel-yair-; Spanish bahn-de-ree-lye-raws, -ye-] /ˌbæn də riˈɛər oʊz, -rilˈyɛər-; Spanish ˌbɑn dɛ riˈlyɛ rɔs, -ˈyɛ-/.
- bandelier, adolph francis alphonse,
- bandello, matteo,
Origin of banderillero
Examples from the Web for banderillero
The banderillero hastened upstairs to pound on the master's door again, paying no attention to his protests.
A banderillero sat on a chair and made the bull charge at him.With the Battle Fleet|Franklin Matthews
He thought he would like to try the banderillero's game—that is, after he'd had a few weeks' training at it.Wide Courses|James Brendan Connolly
When the banderillero is awkward, they rain on him with potatoes.Romantic Spain|John Augustus O'Shea
The banderillero assented with a nod while awaiting her question.