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French translation of “property”

property

noun /ˈpropəti/ (plural properties)
something that a person owns
propriété
These books are my property.
land or buildings that a person owns
propriété
He has property in Scotland.
a quality (usually of a substance)
propriété
Hardness is a property of diamonds.
(usually abbreviated to prop /prop/) a small piece of furniture or an article used by an actor in a play
accessoire
the props department
(Definition of property from the Password English-French Dictionary © 2014 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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