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intellectual propertynoun [U]

uk   /ɪn.təlˌek.tju.əl ˈprɒp.ə.ti/ us   /ɪn.t̬əlˌek.tʃu.əl ˈprɑː.pɚ.t̬i/ specialized
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intellectual propertynoun [U]

uk   us   abbreviation IP LAW
someone's idea, invention, etc. that can be protected by law from being copied by someone else: Theft of intellectual property is widespread, with factories illegally producing millions of cheap copies of the latest design of phone. intellectual property rights/issues/protection
(Definition of intellectual property from the Cambridge Business English Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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in Chinese (Simplified) 知识产权…
in Chinese (Traditional) 智慧財產權…
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