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aparcero

, a      sm/f  
1      (Com)   co-owner, partner,   (Agr)   sharecropper
2      (Cono Sur)   (=compañero)   comrade, friend
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"aparcero": examples and translations in context
El creador es un aparcero en esta historia. The creator is a sharecropper in this story.
Yo era un aparcero, y no tenía tierra de mi propiedad. I was a sharecropper, and didn't have any land of my own.
Por ejemplo, si un arrendador opresor está violando el derecho a la alimentación de un aparcero al desalojarlo ilegalmente de la única tierra de la que depende su subsistencia, el Estado debe proteger al arrendatario adoptando las medidas necesarias contra el arrendador. For example, if an oppressive landlord is violating a tenant farmer's right to food by unlawfully evicting him from the only piece of land on which the latter's subsistence depends, then the State must protect the farmer by taking appropriate actions on the landlord.
e) Garantizar un sistema efectivo de registro de la tierra y proteger los derechos de los aparceros, garantizando una división justa entre aparcero y terrateniente; promover una reforma agraria efectiva y constructiva; y garantizar el derecho a la tierra de los indígenas; e) Ensure an effective land registration system and protect the rights of tenant farmers, ensuring a just division between tenant farmer and landlord; promote effective and constructive land reform; and ensure indigenous peoples' right to land;
Su padre había sido aparcero en Carolina del Sur. His father was a sharecropper in South Carolina.
Es un aparcero, pero llevamos mucho tiempo ahí. He's a sharecropper, but we've been there a long while.
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