Translation of concubine in Spanish:

concubine

concubina, n.

Pronunciation: /ˈkɑŋkjəˌbaɪn//ˈkɒŋkjʊbʌɪn/

noun

  • 1

    concubina feminine
    • Abraham ended up with a wife and a concubine, Jacob with two wives and two concubines.
    • Do they mean to train girls to becoming rich people's wives or concubines?
    • Round about were the remains of two 20-year-old women (wives or concubines?), two 40-year-old men, and a dog.
    • He loved many women and had a multitude of wives and concubines.
    • Experts place the blame partly in Chinese cultural tradition that links a man's status to the number of wives and concubines he has.