sustantivo (plural retiarii /-rɪʌɪ, -rɪiː/)
An ancient Roman gladiator who used a net to trap his opponent.
Más ejemplos en oraciones
- As the retiarius advanced, leading with his left shoulder and wielding the trident in his right hand, his shoulder-guard prevented his opponent from striking the vulnerable area of his neck and face.
- ‘The retiarius was the ‘fisherman,’ who fought with a net, a gladius, and a trident [and was] protected with just a small shoulder shield,’ Kanz said.
Latin, from rete 'net'.
Definición de retiarius en:
- el diccionario Inglés de EE.UU.