emancipado

emancipado
An adjective is a word that describes a noun (e.g. the big dog).
adjective
1. (released from captivity)
a. emancipated
La novela cuenta la vida de un esclavo emancipado que vivió en estado de Virginia a principios del siglo XIX.The novel tells the story of an emancipated slave who lived in the state of Virginia in the early 19th century.
b. freed
Los esclavos emancipados se convirtieron a menudo en mano de obra barata.Freed slaves often became cheap labor.
2. (independent)
a. emancipated
Mi bisabuela era una mujer emancipada, que se divorció de mi bisabuelo y se dedicó a viajar por el mundo.My great-grandmother was an emancipated woman, who divorced my great-grandfather and devoted herself to traveling the world.
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emancipado
An adjective is a word that describes a noun (e.g. the big dog).
adjective
1. (mujer)
a. emancipated
2. (esclavo)
a. freed, emancipated
3. (país)
a. independent
emancipado
adjective
(liberado) emancipated; (libre) independent; free;
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