noun, plural bar·re·ras [buh-rair-uhz; Spanish bahr-re-rahs]. /bəˈrɛər əz; Spanish bɑrˈrɛ rɑs/.
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Bulls frequently leap the barrera of the arena, although the height is over five feet.
The seats are arranged in boxes (palcos), the asientos de barrera (barrier seats) and the asientos de grada.
During a great part of the bull-fight Gallardo remained on the vaulting wall of the barrera.The Blood of the Arena|Vicente Blasco Ibez
The barrera is the enclosure of stout planks, strengthened by posts, which separates the performers from the spectators.The Pictureque Antiquities of Spain;|Nathaniel Armstrong Wells
Rings in modern times, remarks Madame de Barrera, have been made in some countries Loves telegraph.Finger-Ring Lore|William Jones