aficionado


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aficionado

a devotee of bullfighting

aficionado

A Spanish word that means fan, devotee, enthusiast, etc. There are loyal aficionados of every subject in the computer field.
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A group of dog aficionados has sought for the amendment of the 'No Pets Allowed' policy of domestic airlines.
Wine aficionados possess knowledge of how to correctly hold a wine glass and how long does it take for wine to oxidize that makes the drink unfit for consumption.
Affectionately dubbed the "Lord of Scents," the Aficionado Perfumes and Personal Care president and CEO was surrounded by his adorable children and longtime friends from the business, social and showbiz communities as he marked yet another chapter in his life.
They also love playing with my accouterments, like pretending to massage me with Aficionado Massage Oil.
Spicy-food aficionados are in for another scorching treat, as a new pepper is set to break a world record.
Se uso un analisis multivariante (MANOVA) de dos factores (aficionado x cronicas) para examinar la influencia de la condicion de aficionado (del Real Madrid, del Barcelona y de cualquier otro equipo deportivo) en los valores de justicia percibida (justicia informacional, interpersonal y distributiva) en las tres cronicas periodisticas (Mundo deportivo, As, y El Pais).
Know Yourself, Know Others: The Thirty-Second Personality Type and Life Guide System discusses nine common personality types (Instigator, Supporter, Doer, Dreamer, Agent, Patriot, Aficionado, Competitor, and Mediator), and how to determine which applies most strongly to oneself and the other people in one's life.
If you aren't an aficionado of this style, this book will help you.