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A circular arena for bullfights.
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(Bullfighting) an arena for bullfighting
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an arena for a bullfight.
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Noun1.bullring - a stadium where bullfights take placebullring - a stadium where bullfights take place
sports stadium, stadium, arena, bowl - a large structure for open-air sports or entertainments
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حَلَبَةُ مُصارَعَةُ الثيران
aréna pro býčí zápasy
boğa güreşi alanı


[ˈbʊlrɪŋ] Nplaza f de toros
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[ˈbʊlrɪŋ] narène fbull's-eye [ˈbʊlzaɪ] n [dartboard] → centre m (de la cible)
to hit the bull's-eye [darts player] → mettre dans le mille, faire mouche (fig)mettre dans le mille
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[ˈbʊlˌrɪŋ] narena (per corride)
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(bul) noun
1. the male of the ox family and of the whale, walrus, elephant etc.
2. a bull's-eye.
ˈbullock (-lək) noun
1. a young bull.
2. a castrated bull, an ox, often used to pull bullock carts.
ˈbullfight noun
in Spain etc a fight between a bull and men on horseback and on foot.
ˈbullfighter noun
ˈbullring noun
the enclosed area where a bullfight takes place.
ˈbull's-eye noun
the centre of a target, especially in archery, darts etc.
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After graduating from Yale in 1944, Conrad spent much of his time in and near Spanish bullrings. Like another aficionado, Tom Lea, Conrad regarded himself as a painter who could write.
SHOPPERS at the Bullring showed they had a can-do spirit when they took part in an impromptu can-can dance.
Tim Walley, general manager of Bullring, said: "This summer we wanted to bring the cosmopolitan feel and style of these three fast-paced cities to Bullring."