aficionados[ uh-fish-yuh-nah-doh; Spanish ah-fee-thyaw-nah-th aw, ah-fee-syaw- ]SEE DEFINITION OF aficionados
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR AFICIONADOS
The operation is witnessed by aficionados, who pay a fee for the privilege.
Every city and provincial town of Spain has its aficionados of bull-fighting.
A Bunch of fellas—the current crop of aficionados—were inside the store, making lots of noise over the news.
Indeed, among collectors and aficionados of the fantastic there was for a time debate as to its actual existence.
It is a great thing for the aficionados who may imagine in that bellowing the the gladiator's hail of Morituri salutant.
It is popular in Seville, and like bull-fighting, the sport has its aficionados in every town and hamlet.