noun, plural ca·pe·a·dors, Spanish ca·pe·a·do·res [kah-pe-ah-th aw-res] /kɑ pɛ ɑˈðɔ rɛs/.
Origin of capeador
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Historical Examples of capeador
I see how one puts under the eyes of another a bit of red cloth, treating him just as a capeador treats a bull.
The opponent deceives him adroitly with motions of a cape, exactly again as the capeador does the bull.
The capeador has sprung into the passage extending between the paling and the first row of seats.