Translation of sharecropper in Spanish:

sharecropper

aparcero, n.

Pronunciation: /ˈʃɛːkrɒpə//ˈʃɛrˌkrɑpər/

noun

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    aparcero masculine
    aparcera feminine
    • Many lose their land and must become tenant farmers, sharecroppers, or wage-laborers for the better-off peasants who can afford fertilizers and some machinery.
    • As southern cotton growers reduced production in return for federal payments, sharecroppers and tenant farmers were driven from the land.
    • The great mass of nonowning farmers - tenants and sharecroppers - would be infinitely better off.
    • We join the story in the Deep South where Carl's father is a hard-bitten sharecropper on a miserable dirt farm, trudging behind a team of mules in the summer swelter, pushing a hand plow.
    • Most African Americans in the cotton parishes worked as sharecroppers or tenants, closely supervised by plantation owners or managers.
    • Born between the early 1890s and the 1930s, all grew up poor, most came from farming families, and many were sharecroppers.
    • The book opens in 1874 in Delta, Louisiana, on the plantation where Walker's parents were sharecroppers.
    • The music that I grew up listening to was really raw music played by neighbours, fellow farmers and sharecroppers.
    • This meant white farm owners were paid to let their land sit idle, often resulting in the eviction of sharecroppers and tenant farmers, a significant number of whom were African American.
    • But there's a limited amount of stuff to harvest, and bringing in more sharecroppers and putting in longer hours isn't really going to pay off.
    • Given that the book's climax describes a showdown between sharecroppers and planters, one might imagine that class constituted a major fissure in the county's history.
    • Many tenants subrented their farms to sharecroppers or hired others to work for them, so that their economic interests often more closely resembled those of farm owners than farm workers.
    • And life was almost as bleak for white tenant farmers and sharecroppers as it was for slaves, who often worked alongside them in the fields.
    • There are also 4.8 million landless families who survive as tenant farmers, sharecroppers, and casual laborers.
    • He is currently working on the impact of the agricultural depression on tenants and sharecroppers.
    • Blacks who owned small farms and also rented or sharecropped were often identified as renters or sharecroppers in the census.
    • Tractors and harvesters were replacing mules and manual labor, and mechanization was in the process of making black tenant farmers and sharecroppers expendable.
    • For example, in 1941, the Supreme Court invalidated a California criminal statute aimed at excluding indigent sharecroppers and tenant farmers during the Depression.
    • Maybe it was that I was raised in a sharecropper's farm or that I never owned anything until I bought that house, but I loved my little home.
    • Though serfs were freed in 1864, they remained poor sharecroppers and staged a massive peasant uprising in 1907.