Definición de cacique en inglés:

cacique

Silabificación: ca·cique
Pronunciación: /kəˈsēk
 
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sustantivo

  • 1(In Latin America or the Spanish-speaking Caribbean) a native chief.
    Más ejemplos en oraciones
    • They lived under nine independent caciques or chiefs, and possessed a simple religion devoid of rites and ceremonies, but with a belief in a supreme being, and the immortality of the soul.
    • The Guarani caciques exchanged women to formalize their alliance with the Spanish against the hostile peoples of the Chaco.
    • She is traditionally represented with two other figures, that of a black henchman, el Negro Felipe, and of an Indian cacique, Guaicapuro.
  • 2(In Spain or Latin America) a local political boss.
    Más ejemplos en oraciones
    • Tlatoani (head honcho), cacique, and caudillo - these words glisten on the pages of the derisive gubernatorial lexicon.
    • Many such communities are still ruled by caciques (local strongmen) according to ‘uses and customs,’ which may fly in the face of such constitutional rights as religious freedom.
    • It was committed to class struggle in a country that had scarcely had a bourgeois revolution, and to political action in spite of the manipulation of elections by local landowners or caciques.

Origen

mid 16th century: from Spanish or French, from Taino.

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