English version

indentured labourer

From Longman Business Dictionaryindentured labourerinˌdentured ˈlabourer British English, indentured laborer American English a poor person in former times who agreed to work for an employer for a specific number of years. During this period of time, they learnt a skill or job, but had to pay their employer for their travelling and living costs labourer
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