Translation of cottar in Spanish:


campesino, n.

Pronunciation /ˈkɑdər/ /ˈkɒtə/

See Spanish definition of campesino


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    (al que se le dejaba una vivienda y tierras a cambio de su trabajo) campesino masculine
    inquilino masculine Chile
    • He had also freeborn cottars and slaves to farm his land.
    • All villeins and cottars in the Seven Kingdoms gather to celebrate the successful harvests of the summer seasons and to prepare for the coming winter.
    • All that could be carried off was taken, all that could not was wasted by the fires they kindled, even onto the humblest grain store-house of the poor cottars.
    • Though not free men, they were above the bordars and cottars who held less land, and well above the slaves, who had been numerous in Saxon England.
    • Go up into the north and see the cotters living on poorer and poorer than their fathers had been, crowded down and driven off good land on to poor land.