Translation of tribal in Spanish:


tribal, adj.

Pronunciation /ˈtrʌɪb(ə)l//ˈtraɪbəl/


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    • The legal system is based on a combination of Spanish law and the tribal system.
    • In the middle regions a number of tribal languages of the Munda or Austroasiatic family are spoken.
    • Imagine an anthropologist visiting a remote tribal village to study its inhabitants.
    • Although it is officially discouraged, there is some hiring along tribal lines.
    • These tribal groups still do not identify themselves with the national culture.
    • Other peoples had military leaders, tribal chiefs, or headmen, but not officials.
    • You and your people cannot be adopted into the Kiktu without the consent of the entire tribe, in full tribal assembly.
    • The idea of a wild chaotic continent wracked by poverty, drought and tribal warfare is challenged by images as well as words.
    • This definition comes from someone who has lived among the rivalries of Northwest Coast tribal groups?
    • Shared property rights or land use rights are held by custom and are generally tribal in origin.
    • The founding act of this recoding is the repositioning of the tribal object as art.
    • Indigenous, tribal, and peasant communities have been particularly hard hit.
    • Since then, the world has been consumed with religious, racial, ethnic and tribal conflict.
    • This is a very important part of tribal culture and preserves a tribe's identity and beliefs.
    • Instead, the country has different tribal groups found on the different islands.
    • The senior man in a family has the same kind of authority that tribal chiefs have.
    • The meat and blubber were consumed by members of the Makah Tribe and during tribal ceremonies.
    • They were a tribal nation where each tribe was recognised and God was the head.
    • Those who decided to stay in the East could select homesteads on former tribal land.
    • This national event is about tribal and folk life in all its resplendent beauty and colour in the country.