noun, plural to·re·ros [tuh-rair-ohz; Spanish taw-re-raws] /təˈrɛər oʊz; Spanish tɔˈrɛ rɔs/.
Origin of torero
Examples from the Web for torero
The torero was to realize his desire of building a house for his mother.
He liked bull-fighting and he became a torero at twenty-four, just as he might have chosen any other trade.
Montes introduced the modern style in the art of the torero.The Story of Seville|Walter M. Gallichan
The story hinges upon the rivalry of the gentleman and the torero for the good graces of the grisette.
To their wives is due much of the making and all the keeping up of the elaborate and costly dress of the torero.Spanish Life in Town and Country|L. Higgin and Eugne E. Street