Translation of landless in Spanish:

landless

sin tierra, adj.

Pronunciation /ˈlæn(d)ləs//ˈlandləs/

adjective

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    sin tierra
    • With a large population of landless agricultural workers, the pressure on land is enormous.
    • They gained support from the Indians and landless peasants by promising to end the abuses committed by landowners.
    • The SEP advocates that state land be made available to all landless farmers, regardless of their ethnicity.
    • The number of landless labourers and cottagers soared.
    • The rural poor, especially landless labourers will take a hit five ways, at least.
    • Migration to the cities is continuous, with landless peasants supplying low-cost labour for industry.
    • More than 80 percent of the voters in the constituency are landless peasants or poor farmers.
    • Lastly, let us come to the small and marginal farmer, landless labourer and the urban poor.
    • Some small farmers and landless peasants have received plots of land, but much of it has gone to wealthy government supporters.
    • There were government car loan scandals and shameless grabbing of land meant for the landless by officials.
    • When I was working with landless peasants in Brazil, there was an occupation of land that we accompanied.
    • Many landless farmers in Bangladesh come to Dhaka after a flood or a famine hits their villages.
    • It is all too frequent to hear stories of landless peasants being lured to remote farms with promises of work only to find themselves caught in a web of enforced work and debt.
    • Give land to the landless, by all means, but do it in a manner that is fair to all.
    • Debt-driven small farmers and landless workers have left this district in larger numbers this season.
    • The conditions of the landless peasants have become miserable.
    • Impoverished, landless peasants make up a large part of the population.
    • Over one million landless peasants are fighting for land rights and against a military takeover in the largest province of Punjab.
    • While 54 per cent of Brazil's farmland lies idle, millions of landless peasants struggle to survive.
    • It is possible to redistribute land to the landless without setting the country on fire.