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slavenoun [C]

uk   us   /sleɪv/
B2 a ​person who is ​legallyowned by someone ​else and has to ​work for that ​person: Black slaves used to ​work on the ​cottonplantations of the ​southern United States. I'm ​tired of being treated like a slave!

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slaveverb [I usually + adv/prep]

uk   us   /sleɪv/ informal
(Definition of slave from the Cambridge Advanced Learner's Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)

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slavenoun [C]

 us   /sleɪv/
social studies a ​person who is ​legallyowned by someone ​else and has no ​personalfreedom: Born a slave in 1760, he was ​sold as a ​child to a ​farmer in Delaware.
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Traducciones de “slave”
en coreano 노예…
en árabe عَبْد…
in Malaysian hamba abdi, hamba…
en francés esclave…
en ruso раб…
en chino (tradicionál) 奴隸…
en italiano schiavo, -a…
en turco esir, köle, tutsak…
en polaco niewolni-k/ca…
en español esclavo…
in Vietnamese người nô lệ, người làm việc đầu tắt, mặt tối…
en portugués escravo, -a…
in Thai ทาส, ผู้ทำงานหนัก…
en alemán der Sklave, die Sklavin…
en catalán esclau, -ava…
en japonés 奴隷…
en chino (simplificado) 奴隶…
in Indonesian budak, pekerja keras…
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