noun, plural cor·ri·das [kaw-ree-duhz; Spanish kawr-ree-thahs]. /kɔˈri dəz; Spanish kɔrˈri ðɑs/.
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Origin of corrida
Words nearby corrida
Example sentences from the Web for corrida
We have purchased our seat in the sombra of the great bull-ring, and the corrida is about to begin.Mexico|Charles Reginald Enock
This corrida marked an epoch, but it acquired the proportions of a catastrophe.Unexplored Spain|Abel Chapman
The animals are sold from four to eight at a time, according to the status of the corrida for which they are purchased.
These heroes retired from the ring before Godoy influenced Maria Luisa to suppress the corrida.
It is fashionable to drive to the corrida behind four or six horses or mules, with gay trappings and jangling bells.