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English translation of 'cimarrón'

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cimarrón

Word forms: cimarrón, cimarrona
adjective
1.  (Latin America) (Botany, Zoology) wilduntamed
2.  (Latin America) [persona]
(inculto) roughuncouth
(vago) lazy
negro cimarrón (History) runaway slavefugitive slave
3.  (Southern Cone) [mate] bitterunsweetened
masculine noun/feminine noun
(History) runaway slavemaroon
masculine noun (Southern Cone)
unsweetened mate

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Como lo que me dan: frutas y algún ave de corral y carne de jutía y de cimarrón ".
Guillermo Cabrera Infante Vista del amanecer en el trópico
Do asan la vaca (así dijo, usando un arcaísmo campesino), y bajó a la ribera sembrada de canabrava y malanga y berro cimarrón y vio un grupo junto al hoyo que todavía arde.
Guillermo Cabrera Infante Vista del amanecer en el trópico
Pero tampoco hay que olvidar que a Sastre un jurado cimarrón , del que yo formaba parte, le dimos hace tres años un premio millonario auspiciado por el Ministerio de Cultura.
El Mundo del Siglo Veintiuno (1996)
Se mueven como si debajo tuvieran el cimarrón al que van a subir después.
El Mundo del Siglo Veintiuno (1994)

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