Real+estate

  • 1real estate — n: real property at property Merriam Webster’s Dictionary of Law. Merriam Webster. 1996. real …

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  • 2Real Estate — Real Estate  американский музыкальный коллектив, исполняющий инди рок. Он был образован в 2008 году[1] в Риджвуде, штат Нью Джерси[2], и в настоящее время базируется в Бруклине (Нью Йорк). Содержание 1 История 2 Ди …

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  • 3Real estate — Real Re al (r[=e] al), a. [LL. realis, fr. L. res, rei, a thing: cf. F. r[ e]el. Cf. {Rebus}.] 1. Actually being or existing; not fictitious or imaginary; as, a description of real life. [1913 Webster] Whereat I waked, and found Before mine eyes… …

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  • 4Real Estate — Pays d’origine Ridgewood,  États Unis Genre musical Rock indépendant Surf music Pop psychédélique …

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  • 5real estate — n. 1. land, including buildings or improvements on it and its natural assets, as water 2. the profession or work of an agent in the purchase and sale of real estate 3. the buying and selling of real estate for investment or speculation …

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  • 6real estate — real estate, adj. /ree euhl, reel/ 1. property, esp. in land: three acres of real estate. 2. See real property. [1705 15] * * * …

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  • 7real estate — real es.tate n [U] especially AmE 1.) property in the form of land or houses ▪ a fall in the value of real estate 2.) the business of selling houses or land …

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  • 8real estate — real es,tate noun uncount ** land and the buildings on it: PROPERTY a. the business of buying and selling real estate …

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  • 9real estate — (izg. rìel istèit) m DEFINICIJA nepokretna imovina; nekretnina ETIMOLOGIJA engl …

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  • 10Real estate — Property lawReal estate is a legal term (in some jurisdictions, notably in the USA, United Kingdom, Canada, and Australia) that encompasses land along with anything permanently affixed to the land, such as buildings, specifically property that is …

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  • 11real estate — See real property. American Banker Glossary A piece of land and whatever physical property is on it. Bloomberg Financial Dictionary * * * real estate ˈreal esˌtate noun PROPERTY 1. [uncountable] land or buildings; = REAL PROPERTY; …

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  • 12Real Estate TV — Infobox TV channel name = Real Estate TV logofile = Realestatetv.png logoalt = launch = October 2004 picture format = replaced names = share = share as of = share source = slogan = owner = country = sister names = timeshift names = web =… …

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  • 13real estate — 1) N UNCOUNT Real estate is property in the form of land and buildings, rather than personal possessions. [mainly AM] By investing in real estate, he was one of the richest men in the United States. ...the most spectacular piece of real estate he …

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  • 14Real Estate — Land plus anything permanently fixed to it, including buildings, sheds and other items attached to the structure. Although, media often refers to the real estate market from the perspective of residential living, real estate can be grouped into… …

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  • 15real estate — Land and anything permanently affixed to the land, such as buildings, fences, and those things attached to the buildings, such as light fixtures, plumbing and heating fixtures, or other such items which would be personal property if not attached …

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  • 16real estate — noun property consisting of houses and land (Freq. 5) • Syn: ↑real property, ↑realty, ↑immovable • Hypernyms: ↑property, ↑belongings, ↑holding …

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  • 17real estate — noun Date: 1666 1. property in buildings and land 2. space, capacity < desktop real estate > < the limited real estate on hard drives Leonard Wiener > …

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  • 18real estate — /ˈril əsteɪt / (say reel uhstayt) noun 1. property in the form of land, buildings, etc.: a valuable piece of real estate. 2. Law → real property. 3. Computers the physical device by means of which content is viewed, as the screen on a PC, mobile&#8230; …

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  • 19real-estate — See real estate. * * * …

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  • 20real estate — noun /ˈriːl əˌsteɪt/ a) Property that cannot easily be moved, usually buildings and the ground they are built on. Virtual desktops allow you to stretch your screen real estate well beyond its normal size. b) Available space. Syn: realty Ant …

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