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ejidatario
also: feminine: ejidataria

Translation of ejidatario in English:

sustantivo masculino, sustantivo femenino

  • (en Méx)
    member of a cooperative
Example sentences
  • Se pretextó que existieron convenios de cesión de derechos al Fideicomiso sobre los derechos de uso común que le correspondía a cada ejidatario.
  • Quien hoy adquiere la parcela, no forzosamente obtiene el título de ejidatario.
  • Una cosa tan simplista que no tiene mayor problema que proteger a la familia del ejidatario.

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