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property

prop·er·ty

property

 
pronunciation:
pra pr ti
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part of speech: noun
inflections: properties
definition 1: all of one's possessions taken as a whole, or a part of those possessions.
The poor man's property included some clothing and little else.She said the chairs were her property and we couldn't use them without asking.
synonyms:
belongings, estate, goods, possessions, stuff, things
similar words:
assets, own, resource, wealth
definition 2: a piece of land or real estate.
We plan to build a summer house on our property by the lake.
similar words:
estate, ground, lot, plot, possession
definition 3: a quality that something is known by; characteristic.
Strength is one of the useful properties of steel.
synonyms:
attribute, characteristic, quality, trait
similar words:
aspect, element, feature, own, point
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