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Translation of "peasant" - English-Spanish dictionary

peasant

noun   /ˈpez·ənt/
a poor person who works on the land, usually in a poor country campesino, -a a peasant farmer
(Definition of peasant from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

peasant

noun /ˈpeznt/
a person who lives and works on the land, especially in a poor, primitive or underdeveloped area campesino, labrador Many peasants died during the drought (also adjective) a peasant farmer.
peasantry noun
peasants as a group; the peasants of a particular place campesinado What part did the peasantry play in the Russian revolution?
(Definition of peasant from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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