Definición de Chicana en inglés:

Chicana

Saltos de línea: Chi|cana
Pronunciación: /tʃɪˈkɑːna
 
, ʃɪ-, -ˈkeɪn-/

sustantivo

chiefly US
(In North America) a woman or girl of Mexican origin or descent. See also Chicano.
Más ejemplos en oraciones
  • Few Anglo women had their first child under age 18, compared to Mexican immigrants and U.S.-born Chicanas (women of Mexican descent).
  • In particular, the contributors explore the participation of writers and intellectuals on the Left in the development of African American, Chicano / Chicana, and Asian American literature and culture.
  • More specifically, the male dominated Chicano movement of the 1960s and 1970s brought many Chicanas to push for Chicana feminism.

Origen

Mexican Spanish, alteration of Spanish mejicana (feminine) 'Mexican'.

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