Definición de freedman en inglés:

freedman

Saltos de línea: freed|man
Pronunciación: /ˈfriːdmən
 
/

sustantivo (plural freedmen)

historical
  • An emancipated slave.
    Más ejemplos en oraciones
    • Spreading through the plantation system, Protestant Christianity was adopted and adapted by African-American slaves and freedmen and most of their descendants.
    • Similarly, some of the richest residents of Rome were imperial freedmen, former slaves of the emperor, who despite their wealth had a lower social status than less wealthy men from old Senatorial families.
    • Roman society was acutely aware of its own paradoxes: the freedmen and slaves who served the emperors became figures of exceptional power and influence to whom even the grandees had to pay court.

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noun
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