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minifundium

Line breaks: mini|fun¦dium
Pronunciation: /ˌmɪnɪˈfʌndɪəm/

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Definition of minifundium in English:

noun (plural minifundia /-dɪə/)

A small farm or property in Latin America, especially one that is too small to support a single family.

Origin

1950s: modern Latin, or from Spanish minifundio 'smallholding'.

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