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[kaw-ree-duh; Spanish kawr-ree-th ah] /kɔˈri də; Spanish kɔrˈri ðɑ/

noun, plural corridas
[kaw-ree-duh z; Spanish kawr-ree-th ahs] /kɔˈri dəz; Spanish kɔrˈri ðɑs/ (Show IPA)
a bullfight.
the Spanish word for bullfight


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