[lat-uh-fuhn-dis-tuh, -foo n-; Spanish lah-tee-foon-dee-stah] /ˌlæt ə fʌnˈdɪs tə, -fʊn-; Spanish ˌlɑ ti funˈdi stɑ/

the owner of a latifundio in Latin America or Spain.


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