- a horseman.
- a woman's escort or admirer; cavalier.
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How to use caballero in a sentence
His Zorro dedicates himself to the equitable treatment of every citizen and rouses his fellow caballeros to practice a democratic form of noblesse oblige.Zorro at 100: Why the original swashbuckler is still the quintessential American action hero|Michael Sragow|January 1, 2021|Washington Post
His capture could have been very bad luck for Col. Caballero.Venezuela’s Agony: Weak President, Strong Generals, Riots and Cocaine|Marcel Ventura|April 14, 2014|DAILY BEAST
He spotted Nestor Gabriel Caballero Gutierrez, 39, of Aloha, Oregon, limping down the road.
"No, seor—I have no brother: that caballero, he is only a——a friend of my father's," she answered confusedly.
The change became him; he seemed a larger and handsomer man for it; he looked the caballero and almost the hidalgo.Overland|John William De Forest
You must feel like myself, Caballero, inclined to draw breath after so long a ride; shall we rest together?
Yes, he is a true Caballero; unfortunately, there are not many officers like him in the Mexican army.
And you think yourself still in a position to answer for the discretion of this caballero?The Guide of the Desert|Gustave Aimard