In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
masculine and feminine noun
1(en España, dueño)estate owner
- Eso es lo que tiene el centralismo cortijero.
- Mientras los encienden, Francisco hace aproximarse al cortijero.
- "Me refiero al uso referencial que haces del término ""cortijero""."
- Al cortijero se le quiebra en la garganta un alarido.
- El cortijero sabe muy bien a lo que viene.
2(en España, capataz)overseer
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