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bare trusteenoun [C]

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LAW a ​person or ​organization that ​holdsmoney, ​property, or other ​assets for someone only until the ​time they have the ​right to own it themselves: You could ​buy the ​house for your grandson and ​hold it for him as a ​baretrustee until he is 18, when it becomes his absolutely.
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