Definición de latifundium en inglés:

latifundium

Silabificación: lat·i·fun·di·um
Pronunciación: /ˌlatəˈfəndēəm
 
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sustantivo (plural latifundia /-dēə/)

A large landed estate or ranch in ancient Rome or more recently in Spain or Latin America, typically worked by slaves.
Más ejemplos en oraciones
  • In the seventh and eighth centuries, the city drew its food supply from the public, papal, and ecclesiastical patrimony in the Latium countryside and the latifundia of Sicily.
  • The labour needed to work these latifundia was provided by transforming free peasants into unfree tenants tied to the land.
  • Despite this industrialisation, a third of the population still worked as agricultural labourers, many in large estates or latifundia.

Origen

mid 17th century: from Latin, from latus 'broad' + fundus 'landed estate', partly via Spanish.

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