picador[pik′ə dôr′; Sp pē′kä t̸hō̂r′]
picador definition by Webster's New World
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picador definition by American Heritage Dictionary
noun pl. pic·a·dors or pic·a·do·res
A horseman in a bullfight who lances the bull's neck muscles so that it will tend to keep its head low for the later stages of the fight.
Origin: Spanish, from picar, to prick; see picaro.