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countryman
American English: /ˈkəntrimən/
British English: /ˈkʌntrɪmən/

Translation of countryman in Spanish:

noun plural countrymenPronunciation: /-mən/

  • 1 (compatriot) [literary] fellow countryman
    Example sentences
    • The birds concerned were raised on a farm at Hillborough; a true countryman born and bred raised them.
    • As a person who likes rustic charm, these fruits reminded me of countrymen who are ignorant of the ways of the world.
    • Perhaps the old countryman had an idea when he said: ‘Farmers should suck their own blood and cut out the supermarkets altogether.’
    Example sentences
    • When the war broke they flocked to help the South while their fellow countrymen flocked to the Northern armies.
    • Here, the exiled speaker asks a fellow countryman if the same pleasant breeze blows across the borders.
    • Many of us also have more in common with our fellow countrymen than with events in a far off country.
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