Word: estate

Category: estate

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Synonyms: estate

property, grounds, garden(s), park, parkland, land(s), landholding, manor, territory, seigneury, plantation, farm, holding, forest, vineyard, ranch, assets, capital, wealth, riches, holdings, fortune, effects, possessions, belongings, goods and chattels, demesne, land, acres, landed estate

Translations: estate

spanish
finca, heredad


german
gutshof, herrschaft, besitztum, grundbesitz, domäne, ...

french
état, condition, situation, domaine, héritage, ...

italian
fondo, fattoria, podere

portuguese
fazenda, propriedade, roça, granja, terras, ...

dutch
bezitting, landgoed

russian
имущество, землевладение, сословие, имение, пресса, ...

norwegian
eiendom, boet, eiendommen, gods

swedish
gods, egendom

finnish
sääty, maatila, kuolinpesä, omaisuus, maa, ...

danish
bondegård, gods

czech
majetek, usedlost, poměry, statek, postavení, ...

polish
mienie, dzielnica, majątek, stan, nieruchomość, ...

hungarian
rang

turkish
mülk

greek
περιουσία

ukrainian
стан, преса, майно, маєток

albanian
pasurive, pasurive të, të pasurive të, të pasurive

bulgarian
съсловие

belarusian
добра

estonian
mõis, maavaldus

croatian
imanje, stalež, posjed, posjedom

icelandic

latin
fundus, villa

lithuanian
dvaras, turtas

latvian
īpašums

macedonian
имот, недвижности, за недвижности, имотот, имот на

romanian
avere

slovenian
nepremičnine, posestvo, nepremičninami, posest

slovak
majetok, majetku, aktíva

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The meaning and "use of": estate

noun
  • an area or amount of land or property, in particular.
  • a class or order regarded as forming part of the body politic, in particular (in Britain), one of the three groups constituting Parliament, now the Lords Spiritual (the heads of the Church), the Lords Temporal (the peerage), and the Commons. They are also known as the three estates.
  • a particular state, period, or condition in life.

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