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pioneer

noun /paiəˈniə/
a person who goes to a new, often uninhabited or uncivilized (part of a) country to live and work there
pionero
The American pioneers (also adjective) a pioneer family.
a person who is the first to study some new subject, or use or develop a new technique etc
pionero, precursor, iniciador
Joseph Lister was one of the pioneers of modern medicine The Wright brothers were the pioneers of aeroplane flight.
(Definition of pioneer from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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