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 (käm′pĭ-sē′nō, kăm′-)
n. pl. cam·pe·si·nos
A farmer or farm worker in a Latin-American country.

[Spanish, from campo, field, from Latin campus; see campus.]
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n, pl -nos
a Latin American rural peasant
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(ˌkɑm pɛˈsi nɔ)

n., pl. -nos (-nôs). Spanish.
(in Latin America) a peasant or farmer.
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