noun, plural cor·ri·das [kaw-ree-duh z; Spanish kawr-ree-th ahs] /kɔˈri dəz; Spanish kɔrˈri ðɑs/.
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Example sentences from the Web for corrida
Travellers, however, are almost unanimous in their conclusion that pleasure is vainly sought in frequenting the corrida de toros.
Gallardo came to the corrida disposed to the most daring deeds to reconquer applause.
He had fought his first corrida in Madrid with a deplorable result.
Six bulls are usually killed during one corrida (bull-fight), the espadas engaged taking them in turn.
Following the corrida in Madrid he had to fight in all the rings in Spain.