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hayseed
American English: /ˈheɪsid/
British English: /ˈheɪsiːd/

Translation of hayseed in Spanish:

noun

  • 1 uncountable (Agriculture)
    tamo (masculine)
    Example sentences
    • I had hayseed in my hair, and I think Rock had a little in his hair, too.
  • 2 countable (American English) [slang] yokel
    Example sentences
    • This confederation of hayseeds took control of North Dakota after World War I.
    • TV has yet to yield a Canadian urban aesthetic that broadly appeals to all us former hayseeds who are drawn to urban hubs.
    • The Savage family consists of a bunch of stubborn hayseeds that get real angry when crossed.

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