inquilino

noun in·qui·li·no \ ˌēŋkēˈlē(ˌ)nō \

Definition of inquilino

plural -s
:a worker on a Chilean landed estate who is usually given the use of a small plot of land, implements, seed, and a small wage in return for his labor

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Origin and Etymology of inquilino

American Spanish from Spanish, tenant, lodger, from Latin inquilinus


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  1. Spanish Central: Translation of inquilino


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