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public propertynoun [C or U]

uk   us  
GOVERNMENT, PROPERTY land, ​buildings, ​equipment, etc. that are ​owned by the ​government: The ​cost of ​repairing the ​damage to ​publicpropertyfollowing the earthquake has ​soared.
information that is ​available to everyone, often ​information that was previously ​private : Under a post-Watergate ​law, White ​Houserecords are ​publicproperty.
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