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Meaning of “estate” - Learner’s Dictionary

estate

noun [C]     /ɪˈsteɪt/
LAND
B2 a large area of land in the countryside that is owned by one person or organization: a country estateAreas in towns and cities
BUILDINGS UK
B2 an area with a lot of buildings of the same type: an industrial estate Areas in towns and cities
POSSESSIONS
the possessions and money that someone owns when they die: She left her entire estate to a charity for cats. →  See also housing estate , real estate Belongings and possessionsInheriting and bequeathing
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