noun, plural chu·los [choo-laws; English choo-lohz]. /ˈtʃu lɔs; English ˈtʃu loʊz/. Spanish.
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Example sentences from the Web for chulo
After he had upset a picador, and charged on a chulo, he leaped over the fence into the avenue.
Diego completed the group; the chulo had attached himself to Alcala, and was resolved to stand by the cavalier to the last.The Spanish Cavalier|Charlotte Maria Tucker
A chulo or two have flashed their bright-colored mantles in his face to madden him, or another picador has stood an attack.
These touch-and-go experiments form no part of the strict duties of the chulo; his exclusive province is the banderilla.
Should the bull need a coup de grce, it is given by a chulo, called puntillro, with a dagger which pierces the spinal marrow.