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esclavo
also: feminine: esclava

Translation of esclavo in English:

sustantivo masculino, sustantivo femenino

Example sentences
  • Exige la libertad de los esclavos y la garantía de la igualdad.
  • Para el trabajo agrícola de latifundios de la costa, importaron esclavos africanos.
  • También quería terminar con los obrajes y dar libertad a los esclavos negros.

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