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Translation of "estate" - English-Spanish dictionary

estate

noun   /ɪˈsteɪt/
a large area of land in the country that is owned by one family or an organization, and is often used for growing crops or keeping animals finca a country estate
UK an area with a lot of buildings of the same type polígono an industrial estate (= a group of factories) a housing estate
UK ( also estate car, US station wagon) a car with a lot of space behind the back seat and an extra door at the back for putting in large objects ranchera 1666
(Definition of estate from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

estate

noun /iˈsteit/
a large piece of land owned by one person or a group of people etc finca They have an estate in Ireland.
a piece of land developed for building etc urbanización a housing/industrial estate.
a person’s total possessions (property, money etc) bienes After Arthur’s death, his estate was divided among his sons.
estate agent noun
(British ) a person whose job is to sell houses and land; real estate agent(American) agente inmobiliario
estate car noun
(British ) a car with a large area behind the seats for luggage etc , and a rear door; station wagon(American) coche familiar
(Definition of estate from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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