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pasaporto un toro


In a corrida de toros, what does "pasaporto un toro" mean?


updated NOV 30, 2009
edited by Izanoni1
posted by leighselevan
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1 Answer


Assuming that this is not a typo, I would guess that this

pasaporto un toro

means: I am treacherously murdering a bull

Of course if it were a typo it might be:

pasaportó un toro

He treacherously murdered/killed a bull

I am assuming this based on the RAE definition for pasaportar which list asesinar as a colloquial usage.

updated NOV 30, 2009
posted by Izanoni1
Great answer! - --Mariana--, NOV 30, 2009
Thanks...Love the new avatar, by the way. - Izanoni1, NOV 30, 2009
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