Definition of aficionado in English:

aficionado

Syllabification: a·fi·ci·o·na·do
Pronunciation: /əˌfiSH(ē)əˈnädō, əˌfisyə-
 
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noun (plural aficionados)

Origin

mid 19th century (denoting a devotee of bullfighting): from Spanish, 'amateur', past participle of aficioner 'become fond of' used as a noun, based on Latin affectio(n-) '(favorable) disposition toward' (see affection).

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