banderillero[ ban-duh-ree-air-oh, -reel-yair-; Spanish bahn-de-ree-lye-raw, -ye- ]SEE DEFINITION OF banderillero
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR BANDERILLERO
A banderillero sat on a chair and made the bull charge at him.
When the banderillero is awkward, they rain on him with potatoes.
The banderillero assented with a nod while awaiting her question.
One day Carmen sent for the banderillero to come to see her.
The banderillero took the jokes of the swordsman and his manager calmly.
And the banderillero could make no further headway in his expostulation with Gallardo.
A banderillero now advances with a pair of the banderillas, or barbed darts, before mentioned.
Maida, who was ignorant of the duties of a banderillero, looked down curiously at the gesticulating crowd below.
The banderillero rose just as the bull reached him, planted his darts in the animal's shoulders and leaped to one side.
The second banderillero comes forward to plant his pair; a third is inserted and the trumpets sound for the final scene.