A cattle ranch in Latin America or the southern US.
- In the 1990s, it was estimated that cattle and sheep estancias, or farms, took up four-fifths of the country's land.
- In the rural areas, however, many workers on the estancias wear at least part of the gaucho costume - a wide-brimmed hat and loose trousers tucked into the boots - as part of their outfit.
- The next thing we knew she was giving us a lift into town, negotiating a hotel for us and finding an estancia, or ranch, that we could stay at.
Words that rhyme with estanciafancier, financier, Landseer
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