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Chinese (Traditional) translation of “property”

property

noun (THINGS OWNED)
擁有的事物
 
 
/ˈprɒp.ə.ti/ US  /ˈprɑː.pɚ.t̬i/
[U] an object or objects that belong to someone
所有物;財產;資產
The club does not accept responsibility for loss of or damage to club members' personal property.
該俱樂部不承擔會員個人財產遺失或損壞的責任。
Both books have 'Property of Her Majesty's Government' stamped inside them.
這兩本書裡都蓋著「女王陛下政府之財產」的印章。
Children need to be taught to have respect for other people's property.
孩子應該被教導要尊重他人的財產。
Belongings and possessions
[C or U] a building or area of land, or both together
房產,地產,房地產
He owns a number of properties in the centre of London.
他在倫敦市中心擁有幾處房產。
The notice said 'Private Property, Keep Off.
佈告上寫著「私人地產,請勿擅入」。
Yes, I've bought my own house - I'm now a man/woman of property!
是的,我買了房子——我現在是有產階級了!
Mortgages and real estateRenting, hiring and hire purchase in general Renting property
[U] specialized the legal right to own and use something
財產權;所有權
Court cases, orders and decisions
(Definition of property noun (THINGS OWNED) from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Traditional) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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