Complete Definition of "aficionado"

English

Etymology
From Spanish, past participle of aficionar, to inspire affection, from afición, affection, from L. affectio

Noun
aficionado (plural aficionados or, occasionally, the hypercorrect aficionadi)

  1. A person who likes, knows about, and appreciates a particular interest or activity; a fan or devotee.

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Synonyms
rel-top3|One who likes, knows about, and appreciates something
admirer
buff
connoisseur
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enthusiast
expert
fan
rel-mid3
follower
lover
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See also
-phile

Category:Spanish derivations


Spanish

Adjective
es-adj|f=aficionada

  1. fond
  2. amateur

Noun
es-noun-mf|f=aficionada

  1. fan
  2. amateur

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