Definition of contadina in English:

contadina

Syllabification: con·ta·di·na
Pronunciation: /ˌkäntəˈdēnə
 
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noun (plural contadine /-ˈdēˌnā/ or contadinas)

An Italian peasant girl or peasant woman.
More example sentences
  • He cruelly goes through a mock marriage ceremony with the innocent little contadina Tessa.
  • So when Gianetta and Tessa arrive with all the contadine there is a distinct improvement in their morale.
  • Fortunately, the contadine disobey his orders and they arrive in Barataria.

Origin

Italian.

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