Translation of settler in Spanish:

settler

colono, n.

Pronunciation /ˈsɛd(ə)lər//ˈsɛtlər//ˈsɛtlə/

noun

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    colono masculine
    colona feminine
    poblador masculine
    pobladora feminine
    colonizador masculine
    colonizadora feminine
    • In New Zealand, European blackberries introduced by white settlers are common.
    • Tensions in the area continued to increase, and a settler was murdered two months ago.
    • With only one exception settlers never had to come together and form a government.
    • Colonial settlers generally come to a country with which they have no previous connection.
    • Other settlers, such as the English and French, have also made an indelible impression.
    • In colonial Rhodesia a handful of white settlers controlled the best land.
    • When settlers did secure control of large areas of land, many depended on their African tenants.
    • The majority of the new settlers lived in rural areas and earned their living through farming.
    • They came into conflict with the Dutch settlers who had settled much of the area.
    • This precipitous narrow track must have been a sobering welcome for the new settlers.
    • Another man died later from wounds and five other settlers were injured, at least one of them seriously.
    • The site contains the remains of ancient settlers who came to the area from Asia.
    • They attacked free settlers and used terror to intimidate those opposed to slavery.
    • Empire was, on the whole, economically a very good thing for white settlers.
    • The 1641 rebellion briefly veered into an onslaught against the settlers in Ulster.
    • Another thing that I observed is that so many of the settlers have American accents.
    • Later settlers known as Cajuns made their way from Nova Scotia after being evicted by the British.
    • In the Baltic provinces old settlers could remain but no Jews could enter as new settlers.
    • Thirty years later the first free settlers arrived and learned their own hard lessons.
    • The early European settlers in America were often fleeing from religious persecution.